The St. Lawrence by bike

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The St. Lawrence by Bike is a beautiful itinerary with service of 1300 km to discover from Toronto (Ontario) to Matane (Québec). Sometimes the panorama will dazzle you, sometimes it is the beauty of a town or a village that will suggest a stop. The St. Lawrence River is the story of the arrival, it is the discovery of a first road built in 1737 named chemin du Roy linking Montreal to Quebec City. Discover by bike the innumerable panoramas offered by the St. Lawrence River and the Lake Ontario, its history and its pleasures.

Click on the tabs to view a list of businesses along this route.

Auberge Cap Martin
A relaxing stopover where life tastes so good. Well anchored in the lodging and catering services since 1979, the owners of this inn embody friendliness, respect and love of their craft. You will find a dedicated staff, a welcoming and warm ambience as well as an impeccable service.

ROOMS

52 rooms organized to meet workers, business and leisure travellers' needs. Rooms for everyone at competitive prices in a country setting.

Features

  • Nomber of room: 52

  • Breakfast included

  • Possibility to prepare meals on site

  • Grocery store nearby

  • Bike storage: room or outdoor shed

93 QC-132
La Pocatière
Québec
G0R 1Z0
418 856-4450 ou sans frais 1 866 995-6922
capmartin.ca
Auberge Chemin du Roy
Logo du programme Bienvenue cyclistesThis spacious Victorian-style home built in 1870 was converted into an Inn 40 years ago. It boasts eight bedrooms with private bathrooms, a dining room with a wood-burning fireplace, two living rooms and a wonderful outdoor hot tub.

Restaurant

Taste the delights prepared by your hosts Lise & Jocelyn, former butchers and restaurant enthusiasts.

The rooms

Stay in one of the 8 newly renovated rooms. Choose from twin, double, queen, king size beds or the superb suite.

The Grounds

Enjoy the beautiful grounds, outdoor spa, terrace and views of the river.

Features

  • Number of romm: 8

  • Breakfast included

  • Supper available By reservation only

  • Outdoor hot tub

  • Bike storage: outdoor shed

106 rue Saint-Laurent
Deschambault-Grondines
Québec
G0A 1S0
418 286-6958
Auberge Chesley’s Inn
Chesley’s Inn was built in 1814 in downtown Cornwall, Ontario. It is an excellent example of Georgian architecture. Located a block from Pitt Street with its cafes, bars, galleries and restaurants, the Inn is also near the St. Lawrence River and 57 kilometres of cycling trails.

Features

  • Number of romm: 4

  • Breakfast included

  • Dinner Several restaurants a few steps away

  • Bike storage: garage

  • Bike shop nearby

40 First Street West
Cornwall
Ontario
K6J 1B9
(613) 936-1111
Auberge Saintlo Montréal
A great youth hostel with cute red awnings located in the heart of downtown. They serve up free breakfast every morning in their cozy café that transforms into a bar at night. Bike storage is offered free of charge. Digital nomads can enjoy their super well-designed coworking spaces. Saintlo Montreal also organize activities like pub crawls so you can get social and meet other travellers if interested.

Saintlo Montréal youth hostel is a hop away from the metro, stores and shops, Concordia University, daring art exhibitions, the Musée des Beaux-arts and a 14 km path along the Lachine Canal. When you stay with them. you enjoy the city like a real local.


Accommodation details :

  • 50 rooms : 2, 4, 6, or 10-bed dormitories and private rooms available

  • Possibility to prepare meals on site

  • Coworking spaces

  • Services on site : restaurant on site, laundry room, linens included, computers available, storage room

  • Bar on site

  • Grocery store nearby

  • Bike storage : on the backyard, accessible only for the staff

  • Bike shop nearby

1030 Rue Mackay
Montréal
Québec
H3G 2H1
+1 866-843-3317
Auberge sur Mer
L’Auberge sur mer is a centennial Inn situated only a few feet away from the Saint-Lawrence River, in the superb village of Notre-Dame- du- Portage, close to Rivière- du- Loup. Come and admire a place to dream of. Walk or bike through the area. Enjoy a relaxing massage or go on an expedition on the fascinating islands of the Saint-Lawrence, or simply sit down in front of the river, by your room or on the beach and relax.

Walking and cycling are the best ways to explore the village and the surrounding area. All through the Route verte, you will have spectacular landscapes that will show you the immensity of the Saint-Lawrence River as well as the diversity of its wildlife and flora.

Notre Dame du Portage’s public beach is a jewel and is just a few steps away from the renowned public pool filled with salted water and heated for everyone’s pleasure.

Restaurant

Our restaurant is renowned for the delicacy of its meals and the quality of the ingredients that we select with care.

Our splendid dining room is overwhelmed by windows granting each client a spectacular view on the immensity of the Saint-Lawrence River and its incomparable sunsets. A charming and exclusive landscape that you can only find in the Bas Saint-Laurent region.

Features

  • Number of room: 56

  • Breakfast included

  • Dinner at the inn’s restaurant, We suggest you book.

  • Bike storage: room


 
363, Route du Fleuve
Notre-Dame-du-Portage,
Québec
G0L 1Y0
418-862-0642 | S.F. 1 888-622-0642
Aux Flots Bleus Camping et Cabines
Staying Aux Flots bleus Camping & Cabins allows you to experience the St. Lawrence. A downtime space with no fences, no barriers, an estuary to see to enjoy the present moment, the river, the beach, the sun and what else? Come and experience nature at Aux Flots Bleus! In camping mode or in the comfort of a cabin, a well-deserved break in nature, a kayak ride, a BBQ, a beach fire will surely please you.

A few kilometers away from the site, you will have different options of restaurants, micro-brewery, cheese factory or everything you need to cook a BBQ. At Aux Flots Bleus... the stories are created from sites that live, that charm and admire the most beautiful sunsets!... You'll understand it if you come and feel it!

Features:

  • Number of camping sites : 16

  • number of cabins : 10

  • BBQ available for campers

  • Grocery store (8 km)

  • Cheese factory, butcher, fish market and vegetable market within 5 km

  • Bike storage :


    • On a campsite : on the site

    • In the cabin : room


  • Sports shop (8 km)

41 Chemin de la Grève-de-la-Pointe
Trois-Pistoles
Québec
G0L 4K0
(418) 851-3583
Best Western Plus Cobourg Inn & Convention Centre
Best Western Plus Cobourg Inn is conveniently located at the intersection of Elgin & Burnham Streets. It offers storage of bikes in the hotel guest room, mini fridges, elevators accessing all floors & free wifi.

ARTHUR'S PUB

Onsite, Arthur’s Pub, serves breakfast, lunch & dinner and boasts authentic Pub ambiance & menu, 80+ brands of draft & bottled domestic, premium, crafted and imported beers, ciders & coolers, 20+ domestic & imported wines by the glass or bottle and nightly live entertainment.
930 Burnham Street
Cobourg
Ontario
K9A 2X9
905-372-2105
bestwestern.com
Best Western Plus Durham Hotel & Conference Center
Enjoy clean, spacious accommodations, a centralized location and friendly customer service all for a competitive rate. This newly renovated Hotel is minutes away from a variety of atttractions

Amenities include an exercise facility, outdoor basketball court and courtyard with seasonal barbecues.

You are allowed to store your bike in the room.

Make a reservation today and save at the Best Western Plus Durham Hotel & Conference Centre! Enjoy your stay.
559 Bloor Street W
Oshawa
Ontario
L1J 5Y6
905-723-5271 | worldwide number 1(800) 780-7234
C Hotels Le Navigateur
C Hotels Le Navigateur welcomes you ! Ideally located in the city centre of Rimouski, just a few steps from the Promenade de la Mer and the main street, this hotel offers a warm experience. You will be seduced by its unparalleled comfort, modern facilities and authentic service. For extended stays, some units include a kitchenette and microwave.

Directly on site you will find an Italian restaurant, an indoor Jacuzzi, a gym and other amenities.

Features

  • Number of rooms: 112

  • Breakfast : inside the hotel at the Pacini restaurant

  • Dinner : inside the hotel at the Pacini restaurant or several choices nearby

  • Laundry service

  • Bicycle Storage: Safe Storage

  • Bicycle shop: less than 1 km

130, Avenue Belzile
Rimouski
Québec
G5L 3E4
418-724-6944 ou S.F. 1 (888) 724-6944
Camping du Chenal-du-moine
Renowned for its tranquility and its spacious sites. Services and activities on site : Information desk, laundromat, sanitary facilities, horseshoes, bocce ball, children's swings, picnic tables, bird watching. Also available: woodfire and dumping station.

Services and activities less than 5 km from the campground: boat ramp, dock, water games, convenience store, restaurants, bar, nautical excursions, kayak rental, marina, bike path, walking trails, summer theater, fishing expéditions...

When you stay one night at Chenal-du-Moine Campground you'll get discounts at La Maison du Marais when you rent a canoe, sea kayak or for an excursion in the Sorel's Islands.

The Maison du Marais is located 5 kilometers from the campground.
1686 Chemin du Chenal-du-Moine
Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel
Québec
J3P 5N3
450 742-3113
Camping municipal de la Pointe
Overlooking the majestic St. Lawrence River, our municipal campground offers a warm welcome and an exceptional cachet.  Recognized as one of the most beautiful campgrounds in Québec, it offers all standard utilities as well as much appreciated water games.

The Campground offers :

  • 118 spacious, grassy and wooded sites

  • Community center

  • Water games

  • Free Wi‐Fi


    • Possibility to rent a trailer

      • Maximum 4 adults and 3 children

      • Fully equiped kitchen


      Activities nearby

      • Whale watching cruises

      • Wildlife and islands watching cruises

      • St. Lawrence exploration center
      • Salted swimming pool (15 km)
      • Indoor kid’s games

      Available services

      • Free bike rentals

      • Laundry

      • Trailer rentals


      Bike path

      • Petit-Témis Linear Park 134 km
        Cycle trail connects Rivière-du-Loup (Quebec) to Edmundston (New-Brunswick) fully reserved for cyclists and pedestrians.


      Cycling tours

      • Notre-Dame-des-sept-douleurs (Ile Verte) 102 km - 157 km

      • Terre et Mer 40 km - 87 km

      • L'arrière du décor 79 km

2 Côte-des-Bains
Rivière-du-Loup
Québec
G5R 6A1
418 862-4281 Hors saison : 418 862-8783
Camping Panoramique
BienvenueCycliste_webLocated in the beautiful Portneuf region, it is the active people's ideal campground. You will have the chance to admire the St. Lawrence River which showcases the Portneuf pier. Thanks to the staff's greeting, dynamic and efficient, you will be at ease right from the start. All our recreational spaces are at your disposal in order to offer you an enchanting stay, and to meet all your expectations.

Sites
Camping Panoramique offers vast sites to travelers with complete services to fill all their accomodation needs. Among others :
  • drinkable water, outdoor fire pit, picnic tables, WiFi Internet access ($)

Available services
  • Laundromat
  • Immaculate washrooms
  • Showers
  • Convenience store
  • WiFi Internet access ($)
  • Swimming pool
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
464 route François Gignac
Portneuf
Québec
G0A 2Y0
418-286-3655
418-286-4566
Camping Pointe-aux-Oies
Exceptional site at the beginning of the St. Lawrence River! Our campsite located in the countryside and a few minutes from downtown Montmagny. We are ranked 4 stars and we offer many services including a heated swimming pool.

An abundance of Tourist Activities. Cruises to Grosse Île and Isle-aux-Grues, golf, museum tours, cycling tours, birdwatching, international events, shopping and more!

Services:

  • Community hall

  • Convenience store

  • Laundry facility

  • Shower with hot water supply ($1.00)

  • Camp fire pits

  • Internet

45.avenue du Bassin Nord
Montmagny
Québec
G5V 4E5
418 248-9710
Camping Rivière-Ouelle
Logo du programme Bienvenue cyclistesThis 4 star campground, in a natural setting, offers gorgeous sunset views. Camping Rivière-Ouelle has a lot of services that include a laundromat, showers, kitchen shelters, convenience store, community room, recovery of recyclable materials and Wi-Fi internet access.
Here, you will also find many recreational activities, such as a heated pool (always appreciated after a day on the road!), a mini-golf and a library.

Finally, the campground offers a special rate for cyclists. Another good reason to enjoy a stay there!

Characteristics:

  • Number of sites: 250 of which 138 are available to travellers

  • Spaces available near the river for a one-day stay or more

  • Possibility to rent trailers

  • Possibility to prepare meals under a shelter

  • On-site convenience store

  • Laundromat

  • Heated pool and wading pool

  • Shed for storing bikes

176 chemin de la Pointe
Rivière-Ouelle
Québec
G0L 2C0
1-888-856-1484
Days Inn Berthierville
A stay at the Days Inn Berthierville will convince you that you are in the right place, as if you were with your family. You will feel at home! In addition, with the latest events, everything has been put in place to protect the team and our customers.

When you stay with us, you will also discover our beautiful part of the country.

Included with your room: lunch box with local flavor, 15% discount at Le Truk Cuisine restaurant and bar, 6 potato donuts at Délice d 'Antan, admission to the Gilles Villeneuve Museum, beverage at the DIY shop, 10% discount at Domaine Féodal and above all a service with a smile.

We’re expecting you this summer.

Features :

  • Number of room : 58

  • Breakfast included : lunch box with local flavor

  • Dinner : Several restaurants within walking distance

  • Bike storage : storage room

760, rue Gadoury
Berthierville
Québec
J0K 1A0
450 836-1621
Flotel
Have a unique experience by staying at Le Flotel. On the water / in nature / in the city. Innovative, eco-responsible and completely autonomous floating accommodation concept, floating in the bay of Lake St-François in the heart of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.

Flotel is six rooms distributed on three independent platforms, inter-connected and made from recycled 40-foot containers. Each unit has a private terrace, outdoor seating and a breathtaking view of the bay as well as an outdoor fireplace.

The rooms are equipped with a private bathroom with toilet, shower and sink, a queen size bed, an extra bed for children, mini fridge, coffee maker and smart TV. Guests can access their platform via a footbridge from the shore or by water, as docks will allow boaters to dock their boats directly.

Features:

  • Number of room : 6

  • Breakfast : restaurants nearby

  • Dinner : restaurants nearby

  • Bike storage : room

  • Bike shop less than a kilometer away

240 rue Victoria
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
Québec
J6T 1B8
1-877-819-0979
flotel.ca
Hochelaga Inn
Hochelaga Inn is proud to be part of Kingston’s history. Built in 1879 this beautiful Victorian mansion used to be a single family home for John McIntyre and his wife Harriet.

When you choose Hochelaga Inn for your accommodations you will experience the intimacy and luxury of a privately owned inn without sacrificing the convenience and service of a large hotel. 21 unique rooms, high speed Wi-Fi, complimentary parking, delicious hot breakfast served in a formal dinning room that features original 19th century details - are some of the attributes of Hochelaga Inn experience.

Located in the beautiful Sydenham Ward Hochelaga Inn is only a short walk from downtown Kingston and Queens University. Friendly accommodating staff is there to assist you 24/7.

Hochelaga Inn can accommodate large groups, weddings, private dinner parties as well as host wide range of events. Contact us today to find out more.

Features:

  • Number of room: 21

  • Breakfast included

  • Possibility of preparing meals on site

  • Grocery store nearby

  • Bike storage: garage

24 Sydenham St.South
Kingston
Ontario
K7L 3G9
613-549-5534 or 1-877.933-9433
Holiday Inn Express & Suite Vaudreuil-Dorion
Staying at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Vaudreuil-Dorion means a guaranteed comfortable stay. Upon arrival, you will be in contact with an attentive staff and you'll enjoy the comfort of your room. You will find a variety of services including an indoor saltwater pool and a fitness area. To start the day the buffet-style breakfast is included.

Moreover, considering its central location, you will be spoiled by a wide selection of restaurants ranging from gastronomy to fast food.

Features

  • 134 rooms and suites

  • Breakfast included

  • Restaurant and grocery nearby

  • indoor saltwater pool

  • laundry service

  • Safe storage of bikes

  • Bike shop nearby

33 boul. de la Cité-des-Jeunes Est
Vaudreuil-Dorion
Québec
J7V 0N3
(450) 455-5522
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Clarington-Bowmanville
Located in a rural area just off the shores of Lake Ontario and The Waterfront trail, the Holiday Inn Express® Clarington - Bowmanville hotel is ideally located making us the perfect choice for your next bike trip. Although surrounded by farmland, Bowmanville has plenty of activities to fill your free time. The Darlington Trail is a great place to run and bike or you can check out the animals at Jungle Cat World. The hotel is only a short drive from Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, which hosts a variety of events by NASCAR, the SCCA and the American Le Mans Series.

When it comes to Bowmanville, Ontario hotels, we've got the best in amenities. Enjoy year-round swimming in the heated indoor pool and maintain your workout routine in the 24-hour Fitness Centre. The whirlpool is a great place to unwind at the end of the day. Each morning, we serve an assortment of hot and cold items at the free Express Start Breakfast Bar. Call and make your reservations to enjoy a wonderful stay in Bowmanville.



Features:

  • Number of room: 95

  • Breakfast included

  • Restaurant nearby

  • Indoor pool

  • whirlpool

  • Bike storage: in room

37 Spicer Square
Bowmanville
Ontario
L1C 5M2
905-697-8089
Hostellerie du Suroît
Offering a seasonal outdoor pool, terrace and sun terrace, Hostellerie du Suroît is located in Beauharnois. Cyclists can enjoy rooms which include views of the lake or city. These rooms come with a private bathroom fitted with a bath or shower. There is also a shared lounge at the property.

Features:

  • Number of room: 10

  • Breakfast included

  • Dinner available on site

  • Bike storage: local

255 rue principale
Beauharnois
Québec
J6N 0J5
450-225-1050
Hotel Centre-Ville Montmagny
At the heart of the activities, we welcome you in a friendly atmosphere, combining comfort, quality, advanced technology and ecological practices. Perfectly located along the 132 Route and within walking distance of the river, waterfall, shops, Old Montmagny District and the most coveted attractions.

Bike package avaliable: A nice bicycle ride

THE STYLE

We offer different types of rooms, suites, lofts to satisfy the tastes and preferences of each of our customers without ever giving up the hospitality that distinguishes us.

Food Service

The restaurant “Le Bistro Lafontaine” offers a varied and tasty menu. Breakfast, lunch, supper, it's up to you.

THE “BOUTIQUE DU CHARCUTIER”

Offers a gourmet break with tasty homemade temptations to enjoy .

AMENITIES AND SERVICES

We have organized and prepared services and amenities to provide a first-rate customer experience:

  • Self-service lobby with kettle, microwave, dishes and wine glasses;

  • Self-service computer station;

  • Safe bike storage, tools for minor repairs;

  • Wash station for your bike;

  • Book your ready-to-go lunch box: “The Bistro Snack” or “The Quick Morning”;




Welcome Cyclists !
3, boul. Taché Est,
Montmagny
Québec
G5V 1B6
418 248-3623 Sans frais 1 877 948-3623
Hotel Chateau Bellevue


In Old Quebec facing the river. Blending both the quietness and the bustle of being in the heart of all the events, the Hotel Chateau Bellevue offers you the comfort you desire in a warm and family atmosphere. You will notice very quickly that the Hotel Chateau Bellevue has all the qualities to make your stay an enjoyable one.

Located in the heart of Old Quebec, its close proximity to the bicycle trails will enable you to discover the attractions of the city and the surrounding area in the most environmentally friendly way - the bike!

Bike Trail maps are available at the front desk

Features:

  • Number of rooms: 47

  • Breakfast included

  • Restaurants nearby

  • Bike storage: secure space available

  • Bike shop nearby

16 rue de la Porte
Vieux-Québec
Québec
G1R 4M9
418 692-2573 Sans frais: 1 800 463-2617
Hôtel Château de l’Argoat
Located in the heart of Montreal, You will be staying in Montreal’s most eclectic neighbourhood, at the junction of the "Quartier Latin" and "Plateau Mont-Royal", very close to the beautiful Saint-Denis street with its terraces, boutiques and restaurants ; across the street from the ‘’Sherbrooke’’ metro station, 2 blocks from the Gare d’autocars de Montréal (bus station), the Grande Bibliothèque (national library), the bicycle path that goes to Old Montreal and UQAM (university).

In a sober, original and distinctive style, twenty-four rooms and a large two-bedroom suite offer visitors much more than just a hotel room. Our rooms invite our clientele to experiment and discover the contemporary art of Quebec artists living and working in the greater metropolitan area. From original works to different media, including painting, sculpture, photography and even two-dimensional paintings, grace every corner of the hotel.

Breakfast

The continental breakfast is served each day from 7 a.m. to noon.

You will surely enjoy our organic and fair-trade coffee, unless you prefer a green or black tea.

You will find a selection of croissants, chocolate croissants and 100% whole wheat bread as well as a choice of muffins. Do not forget to ask for our famous bagels from the renowned "Fairmount Bagel" ! Orange juice and yogurt are also served.

Features :


  • Number of rooms : 25

  • Breakfast included

  • Restaurants and grocery stores nearby

  • Bike storage : storage room

  • Bike shop nearby

542 rue Sherbrooke E.
Montréal
Québec
H2L 1K1
514-842-2046
Hôtel Château Laurier Québec


Parliament hill, the Hôtel Château Laurier Québec offers you the tranquility with its interior courtyard, and one of the most prestigious urban parks.

That's the charm of Quebec, being close to everything, all for your greatest pleasure!

Features

  • Number of rooms: 271

  • Breakfast available at the establishment

  • Dinner available at the establishment

  • Bike storage : storage room

  • bike shop nearby


Well being features 

  • Inner Court and Four Seasons Garden (courtyard with outdoor spas)

  • Indoor pool

  • Saltwater indoor pool and Finnish sauna

  • Variety of massage and body care services

  • Fitness room open 24/7

1220, place George V ouest
Québec
Québec
G1R 5B8
418 522-8108
418 524-8768
Hôtel L’Oiselière Montmagny
L'Oiselière Montmagny is summer pleasures throughout the year! Everything to make you forget the little hassles of everyday life! For an exotic getaway in an enchanting setting, L'Oiseilère Montmagny is the right place!

On the spot, a sumptuous tropical indoor garden with swimming pool, spa and sauna will help you unwind from the routine! Our majestic tropical plants, the songs of the birds, the pool and the waterfall will also ensure an escape from your daily life! Discover the cachet and the soothing atmosphere where relaxation and delight are at the rendezvous!

  • Health Center Mariposa: your well-being is our primary concern

  • Restaurant La Couvée: a generous table with local flavors

  • Packages available


Features

  • Number of room : 71

  • Breakfast available at the establishment

  • Dinner available at the establishment

  • Grocery store nearby

  • Outdoor and indoor pool

  • Spa

  • Bike storage: room

  • Bike shop nearby


BOOK NOW

105, chemin des Poirier
Montmagny
Québec
G5V 3T4
418 248-1640
Hotel Plaza Valleyfield
Logo du programme Bienvenue cyclistesEnjoy a relaxing vacation in an urban setting at Hôtel Plaza Valleyfield. It offers a fine service, the excellence of a great hotel, modern facilities and a renowned restaurant.

Thanks to its excellent location, you will fully appreciate the attractions of this refreshing touristic destination. Its warm comfort and the unique charm of its historic walls (it is a textile factory of the last century converted into a hotel) will please you without any doubt.
40, avenue du Centenaire
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
Québec
J6S 3L6
450 373-1990
Hotel Sépia
Welcome to l'Hotel Sepia, located at the entrance of Quebec City and facing the Saint-Lawrence River and the bridges! Only 10 minutes away from Old Quebec and very close to shopping malls, train and bus stations as well as the Jean Lesage International Airport.

Hotel Sepia is more elegant and stunning than ever before with its fully renovated rooms. Also, a locked ans secure place to store your bike is available during your stay. A chic and affordable place to discover in town.
3135 Chemin St-louis
Québec (Sainte-Foy)
Québec
G1W 1R9
1.800.463.6603
Hôtel Universel
With 300 rooms and 1 penthouse, restaurants, an indoor pool with water slide, health centre, outdoor nordic spa, this hotel will fulfill all your needs under one roof. The convention centre boasts 17 conference rooms able to accommodate 10 to 1,500 people and equipped with all the technical facilities needed for a successful event.
311, boul. de l'Hotel-de-Ville O.
Rivière-du-Loup
Québec
G5R 5S4
418.862.9520 S.F 1.800.265.0072
La Belle Époque – Auberge B&B
A warm, distinctive accommodation in a majestic Victorian house built in 1893 and restored in the style of the “Belle Epoque”. In the center of Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, the sculpture capital of Quebec, La Belle Epoque - B&B will charm you with its warm atmosphere and a breakfast made with regional products.

ROOMS

  • 10 rooms with private bathroom

  • Breakfast included


SERVICES

  • Free WiFi

  • Many common spaces

  • Rooftop terrace

  • Secure storage unit for bikes


RESERVATION ONLINE

63, de Gaspé Est
Saint-Jean-Port-Joli
Québec
G0R 3G0
418 598-9905
La maison aux coquillages
La maison aux coquillages is located in the village of Kamouraska. Their breakfasts with homemade and local products are reputed to be tasty. Discover the magnificent architecture and a beautiful interior, five rooms with private balcony, two lofts with kitchenette and full view of the river ..., the dream!

Enchanting site

With the rhythm of the tides, with splendid sunsets, savor the relaxation and the quality of the Kamouraska air.

Quality accommodation

Cozy comfort, rooms with a private shower room, balcony and the view of the view. Hearty breakfast served between 8 am and 10 am.

Also two lofts with kitchenette. (breakfast not included)
168, avenue Morel
Kamouraska
Québec
G0L 1M0
(418) 308-1844
La Marbella
Relaxed atmosphere in an ancestral home in the heart of the city of Trois-Pistoles. La Marbella is a quiet place with beautiful, spacious, comfortable rooms and amazing breakfasts. We can say that we serve real mountains of fruit in each of our plates!



  • Hotel with more 10 rooms

  • Room available with private bathroom

  • Air conditioning

  • Restaurant Le Biarritz near

  • Breakfasts with fruits

  • Secure bicycle storage

96, rue Notre-Dame Ouest
Trois-Pistoles
Québec
G0L 4K0
418 851-4704 ou 1 866 851-7389 (sans frais)
lamarbella.ca
La Marie-Simonne
Superb B&B on the banks of the river offering massage therapy treatments. This large property classified a heritage house, offers three large rooms with a shared bathroom. Hot breakfasts included whith homemade recipes and local products. You benefit from indoor and outdoor relaxation areas, and have access to a walking path that leads to a peninsula.

Massotherapy treatments are available in packages or à la carte. These include Swedish massage, decongesting with hot stones, herbal or shell boosters, lymphatic drainage, facials and reflexology.

  • Safe space for storing bicycles.

  • Package-care


OTIUM
In ancient Rome, otium was a period devoted to the withdrawal of activities from public life. Moment of calm and peace, the otium allowed a time of intellectual and corporal recovery by a series of baths and massages, and was accompanied or followed by readings and concerts.
The Otium Health and Relaxation Center's mission is to provide professional care that meets the highest standards of quality in alternative medicine.
In an environment that invites you to let go and relax, the Otium Health and Relaxation Center gite strives to offer its guests all the comforts they desire and is committed to providing them with a unique and harmonious experience. in keeping with the Otium tradition.

928 route de la Seigneurie
Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies
Québec
G0R 4E0
418 943-3205
Le 12 George
In the heart of Old Sorel this B&B is located within walking distance to activities and restaurants. In this century-old house each of the three rooms have a private bath. Guests also have access to a reading room, a dining room, a large victorian style living room with a TV and a large terrace.
A garage is available to safely store your bike.

Déjeuner : Guests can choose a continental breakfast served in the kitchenette or a hot breakfast served in the dining room, which is also an art gallery.

*Photo Credit
B&B Exterior:  Maurice Parent
B&B Interior: Yannick Lancelot

12 rue George
Sorel-Tracy
Québec
J3P 1B6
450 742-1784
Le Gaspesiana
Inescapable stop to enjoy Gaspesia, this 3-star hotel offers magnificent views of the river directly from the bedrooms, but also its exquisite flavours at their delectable restaurant "Au goût du large.” They also offer special services to cyclists, and even a massage therapy centre. Perfect to rest your tired legs.

Characteristics :

  • Number of rooms : 46

  • Breakfast on site

  • Restaurant on site (sur réservations)

  • Grocery store at 4 km

  • Bike storage : in your room or secure locker

  • Bike pump at your disposal

  • Closest bike shop : Rimouski

460, route de la Mer
Sainte-Flavie
QC
418 775-7233
Le Mange Grenouille
Logo du programme Bienvenue cyclistesThe intimacy of a small inn, the personalized welcome, the warm atmosphere, the theatrical environment reinvented and natural make the Inn an exceptional and essential place for any experienced traveler.

From the threshold crossed, the traveler is transported to another era, an artistic universe where everything is grace and elegance.

ROOMS

  • 22 rooms with shared or private bathroom

  • Breakfast included

  • Hair dryer (on request)

  • Iron and ironing board


SERVICES

  • Gourmet table

  • Excellent wine list

  • Outdoor spa

  • Garden with terrace overlooking the islands of Bic

  • Wifi

  • Safe space for storing bicycles

148, Sainte-Cécile-du-Bic
Rimouski
Quebec
G0L 1B0
418 736-5656
Motel des Mariniers
The Motel des Mariniers offers a view on the St-Lawrence River with breathtaking sunsets. Its location allows you to be at the center of the village where you can find different facilities.
Le motel des Mariniers vous offre une vue sur le fleuve avec ses magnifiques couchers de soleil. Son emplacement de choix vous permet d'être à proximité des commodités du pittoresque village de Kamouraska.

The motel has 18 rooms including one apartment, a large fully equipped loft.

For nature lovers, this accommodation is 5 kilometers of Sebka (rock climbing, hiking etc.)
36 Avenue Morel
Kamouraska
Québec
G0L 1M0
418.492.1651
Motel Lévis
Logo du programme Bienvenue cyclistesSince 1955 ... Motel Lévis, we offer you a vintage atmosphere, away from the noise of the city and in a pleasant environment. Comfort and tranquility to enhance your stay.

Certified "Bienvenue cyclistes" we are a must and well located. We are less than 0.5km from the crossroads of regional cycling routes, including the magnificent Parcours des Anses.

Close to all services and the cross Lévis / Quebec. You will find with us a very good quality/price ratio.

Long-term parking free of charge when you book at least one night.

Welcome to our motel!

To book now, it's a good idea to call 1-866-701-6667.
8520 Guillaume Couture
Lévis
Québec
G6V 8V7
418 -837-6667 / S.F. 1-866-701-6667
motellevis.com
Ramada by Wyndham Cornwall
Welcome to Cornwall's premier full-service hotel, where you’ll find luxurious rooms and upscale amenities, including a spacious indoor pool and hot tub.

Eight Zero Zero Resto Lounge

Featuring classic favorites from steak to seafood, enjoy fine dining at our onsite Eight Zero Zero Resto Lounge for lunch or dinner. Our intimate atmosphere and approachable service is perfect for an intimate gathering or a rowdy bunch.

BrookValley Cafe

Start your morning with a delicious complimentary breakfast served fresh daily, 6:30am-9:30am. Choose from a variety of breakfast favourites including two delectable hot items and an assortment of fruit, pastries, toast, refreshments and more. À la carte breakfast items are also available for purchase including omelets, French toast and more.

BOOK NOW

805 Brookdale Avenue
Cornwall
Ontario
K6J 4P3
(613) 933-8000 / Toll Free : 1-888-900-5762
Relais Charles-Alexandre
HISTORY, TRADITION, DISTINCTION Located in an earlier twentieth-century building, the Relais Charles-Alexandre has been thoughtfully decorated to provide elegant, cheerful surroundings. It is located on Grande Allée, near the Plains of Abraham and Old Quebec. Unique in Quebec City, breakfast is served in an Art gallery. Perfect for an unforgettable stay.


Refined taste

You will enjoy your luxurious continental breakfast in an art gallery décor, accompanied by the sound of soothing background music reflecting the mood of the place. Fresh fruits, croissants, cold meats and cheese are on the menu for this refined breakfast.

A place to discover

This haven of peace is the ideal place for business people and travellers seeking tranquility and proximity to the many attractions offered in Quebec City.

A way of living

The stylish "Relais Charles-Alexandre" greets you in its luxurious surroundings. To add to the atmosphere, you will find many fireplaces and genuine solid oak floors.

Each room and suite has cable television and a private bathroom. The Inn is air conditioned and completely non-smoking. The "Relais Charles-Alexandre" also has private parking in the back.

Features:

  • Nomber of room: 23

  • Breakfast included

  • Restaurants et grocery store nearby

  • Bike storage: storage facility

  • Bike shop nearby

91, Grande Allée Est
Québec
Québec
G1R 2H5
418 523-1220
Restaurant-Motel Le Chavigny
The Chavigny is located off highway 40, midway between Trois-Rivières and Quebec City, and close to route 138. We offer you all the services of a resort hotel. Our restaurant is open 24 hours a day and is renowned by the locals. A refined Quebecois cuisine, a courteous service combined with an intimate ambiance all so you can fully enjoy this gourmet stop.

Let yourself be enticed by the comfort of the beds in one of our 29 rooms, each with a full bathroom. You can benefit from the free Wi-Fi throughout all of our facilities. Our garage is at your disposal to safely store your bikes.

Features:

  • Number of room : 29

  • Breakfast included

  • Dinner available at the establishment

  • Bike storage : room

11, rue des Pins
Deschambault-Grondines
Québec
G0A 1S0
418 286-4959
Riverview B&B
Located in the heart of the Thousand Islands, enjoy a stay in this magnificent B&B. From the unique terrace, take the time to admire the breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence River. Built in 2011, this establishment has been tastefully decorated to create a truly memorable experience. With an elegant dining room, central air conditioning and unparalleled views, you are bound to experience the Thousand Islands in an unimaginable way!
Riverview B&B is the perfect getaway to escape, relax and enjoy! Come and discover your home away from home!

Gananoque community is only a few pedal strokes away from Riverview B&B. Enjoy breathtaking views from all angles and discover the warmth and hospitality of the residents.



Features:

  • Number of room : 8

  • Breakfast included

  • Dinner: Restaurant nearby (5 km)

  • Bike storage : garage

  • Bike shops nearby


255 1000 Islands Parkway
Lansdowne
Ontario
K0E 1L0
(613) 382-5005
Ships Anchor Inn B&B
The nautical “Ships Anchor Inn” is nestled on the shore of the majestic St. Lawrence River seaway and centrally located along the main street. You will enjoy direct access to the nice sand beach, swimming pool, tennis and waterfront park along with many other attractions found in historic Prescott. From our waterfront veranda admire the many boats salling on the river.

The old stone house built in 1832 has been restored to it’s original beauty and offers the modern comforts with new queen-sized beds.

Relax in the evening, take a walk along the main street or enjoy the sandy beach for a romantic stroll and famous Centennial Park.

In the morning, enjoy a full hot breakfast in the dining room or in the veranda by the river.

Upon arrival, discover the hospitality of your hosts and receive a welcome drink. Rates start from $99 and more all inclusive.

Features

  • Number of room : 3

  • Full hot breakfast included served in the dining room or in the veranda near the river

  • Restaurant nearby

  • Grocery nearby

  • Secure space at your disposal to store your bike



Your hosts
Marilyn & Bob
(613) 925-3573
495 King St. West
Prescott
Ontario
K0E 1T0
(613) 925-3573
The McIntosh Country Inn & Conference Centre
Our accommodation offers a comfortable stay and combines the comforts of an inn with the amenities of a hotel, all in a picturesque setting on the shores of the St. Lawrence River. Our affordable rates and modern amenities help make your stay a relaxing and comfortable experience.

We have a variety of room styles to suit every traveler all paired with a host of amenities that are sure to make your stay comfortable and complete.

We are proud of our hostel and want to share it with you.
12485 2 Hwy E
Morrisburg
Ontario
K0C 1X0
(613) 543-3788
The Secret Garden Inn
Experience The Secret Garden Inn, Kingston’s boutique urban retreat. Establish yourself at our iconic Victorian home and enjoy its exceptional location: 5-minute walk to shops, dining, live music and market square. Recover after a long day’s ride with a swim at Richardson beach or Gord Downie Pier and a therapeutic massage. Then, indulge in a customized table d’hote menu with delicious wine pairings prepared by our chef and culinary team.

Each of our seven rooms has recently undergone a transformation that will let you share the Victorian era with modern day comforts and luxury, guaranteeing you a restful night’s sleep to prepare for the remainder of your journey.

Features:

  • Number of rooms : 7

  • Breakfast included

  • On reservation, dinner available or restaurant nearby

  • Bike storage : secured stock room

  • Bike shop nearby

73 Sydenham St.
Kingston
Ontario
K7L 3H3
613-548-1081
The Waddell Hotel
The Waddell Hotel, a boutique heritage hotel in picturesque downtown Port Hope, Ontario, offers spacious, luxurious and individually decorated rooms, inspired Italian cuisine, attentive service, and a riverside patio/terrace.

Rooms include: air conditioning, private bathrooms, complimentary high-speed internet, in-room Keurig coffee. Some rooms have fireplaces and private terraces overlooking the Ganaraska River.

Features :

  • Number of room : 12

  • Breakfast available at the establishment

  • Dinner available at the establishment

  • Bike storage : in room or conference room

1 Walton Street
Port Hope
Ontario
L1A 1M8
905-885-2449
thewaddell.ca
The Waring House
The Waring House invites you to experience genuine country inn hospitality, and everything Prince Edward County has to offer; great local wine, artists and artisans, history, fabulous beaches, breathtaking scenery, great dining, and so much more. Consisting of several buildings, this ecologically responsible establishment has lush gardens, and backs on to The Millenium Trail – suitable for cycling or hiking. The guest rooms are spacious with free Wi-Fi. The premium rooms and suites at the Waring House Inn are large, with huge washrooms, a seating area, and a private balcony or terrace. Some premium rooms also have a private hot tub. One or two night packages that include breakfast and dinner are available.

At the Inn, there are two popular restaurants, The Barley Room, a bustling gastropub that presents live music Wednesday to Sunday, and Amelia’s Garden Restaurant; a celebration of seasonal and regional cuisine.

In the morning, enjoy a full breakfast in the dining room overlooking the beautiful gardens.

This historic inn is central to over 35 wineries, a cidery, a distillery, and several craft breweries, 3 golf courses, and the beautiful white sand dune beaches of Sandbanks Provincial Park (15 km).

Features:

  • Number of room : 49

  • Breakfast included

  • Dinner : two restaurants on site

  • On site cookery school

  • Bike storage : garage

  • Bike shop less than 10 km

395 Sandy Hook Road Picton, ON K0K 2T0
Picton
Ontario
K0K 2T0
1 800-621-4956
waringhouse.com
The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto
Make your escape to The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, a harbourfront hotel brimming with sophisticated style and amenities. Located in the revived waterfront area, our hotel offers direct access to some of Toronto's most noteworthy points of interest, including the Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Arena the CN Tower, high end shopping and delicious restaurants.

Unwind in our hotel accommodations, featuring signature amenities like our Westin Heavenly® Bed and Westin Heavenly® Bath, along with Wi-Fi and stunning views of Lake Ontario.

Find your balance in our WestinWORKOUT™ Fitness Studio, which includes yoga classes and a running concierge. Close to the Martin Goodman Trail, a 56-kilometre multi-use path and other waterfront trails, it’s a great destination for bicycle travellers.

Features :

  • Number of room : 977

  • Some of our rates include breakfast

  • Dinner : three restaurants on the site

  • Bike storage : information to come

  • Bike shop less that 3 km

1 Harbour Square
Toronto
Ontario
M5J !A6
(416) 869-1600
marriott.com
Tourelle de Champlain
In the heart of one of Quebec’s most beautiful villages, right next to the church, stands an inviting and warm ancestral home. Come and breathe the air of the river. Here time stops to let you enjoy precious moments with your family or simply relax. Confortable sit and enjoy the swing on the sheltered porch that wraps around the house.

Built around the year 1800, this house was renovated to improve comfort while respecting the ancestral character: Air conditioning, an inviting upscale bathroom with à claw bath and heated floor.

The house is decorated with superb antique furniture. It offers four (4) rooms that can accommodate up to 15 guests in total comfort. The master bedroom is grandiose, embellished with carved oak furniture and a private sink.

Located less than 100m from an abundant market where you will find food for your meals and a SAQ counter. Aldo find a restaurant-pub l'ESS that 300m.

Features:

  • Number of rooms: 4

  • Maximum number of people: 15

  • Number of bathrooms: 2

  • Possibility to prepare meals on site

  • Grocery store nearby

  • Bike storage: shed or inside the chalet

1001 rue Notre-Dame
Champlain
Québec
G0X 1C0
819-383-2806
Yamachiche P.Q.
511, rue Sainte-Anne
Yamachiche
Québec
G0X 3L0
(819) 269-0119

Bis la Boulange
Founded in 2003, Bis La Boulange is an artisan bakery that offers a wide assortment of traditional breads and sweet treats, always with quality ingredients. Among all those, they offer “Le Marquis” a local bread, croissants from 7 a.m., various sweet pies, turnovers, mille-feuilles, etc.

An added pleasure, the bakery also offers cheeses, sausages, and sandwiches during the summer period.

Whether to celebrate a hard day of cycling, enjoying a pastry on their terrace with the view of the river, to start the day off with coffee and croissants, or a good loaf of bread to take with you that will last several days; it’s easy to find an excuse for a gourmet break at Bis La Boulange when you go to Rivière-du-Loup by bike.
48 Rue Fraser
Rivière-du-Loup
Québec
G5R 1C2
(418) 863-6777
Boulangerie Le Soleil Levain
Artisanal Bakery and Integral Product. This bakery opened its doors in June 2014 in the heart of the town of Deschambault. Stop and drop in at the Bakery. The production is done on-site. Fresh products made daily that will be a pleasure for your taste buds. Enjoy the outdoor terrace!

You can enjoy breakfast, lunch or savour the bread of the day, the pastries, the chocolate croissants, the croissants, the amandines, cookies or the specialty of the day.

Breakfast : Homemade fresh products, baked beans, cretons, toasts and jams served with coffee or tea.

Dîner: panini, pizza, garnished croissants

Free WiFi

Photos : Izabel Zimmer

234, Chemin du Roy
Deschambault
Québec
G0A 1S0
418 286-7246
Brasserie Dépareillée
Discover a nice melt between delicious and traditional beers. The Dépareillée Brewery is a charming brewery that’s directly situated on the bike route of  Le Chemin du Roy, a perfect place for cyclists who want to take a break and enjoy a fresh and unique beer.

Opening hours : 7/7 - You can refer to their facebook page and their website.

On site  :

  • Tasting room

  • You can taste and have a drink on site

  • Shop : buy a beer to take with you or other goodies

  • Bring your lunch (bistro and snack bar a few pedal strokes away)

  • Catering service

  • Dépareillé Beer Garden

  • Brewery Tour and tasting

  • Picnic tables and BBQ

  • Kids and pets are welcomed

751 Rue Sainte Anne
Yamachiche
Québec
G0X 3L0
514-206-5900
La Pousse Santé
A must stop for a healthy cycling break. Quality products and freshness will delight your taste buds. La Pousse-Santé is a warm welcome and personalized service in a family atmosphere.

On site, discover the salad bar and all the good products hot or cold.

  • More than twelve varieties of salads

  • Coquille St-Jacques

  • Sandwich, stuffed bread, underwater

  • Chicken, ham and turkey tortillas

  • Greek pizza, chicken and vegetable

  • Pizza pesto chicken and dried tomato

  • Smoked trout pizza

  • Quiche

  • Fruits and vegetables


Savourer vos repas à l'intérieur ou sur la terrasse.

La Pousse santé est spécialisée en produits frais et achat locale.

783, Boul. St-Laurent Ouest,
Louiseville
Québec
J5V 1K9
819 228-8629
Le Caféier
Only a few steps from the Saint-Lawrence River, in a warm atmosphere, the coffee shop "Le Caféier" welcomes you for a flavorful and restful moment. Large windows let you keep an eye on your bike, or the downtown life if you prefer. Art lovers will prefer to admire the current art exhibitions.

On the menu :

  • A variety of delicious coffees

  • Tea, hot chocolate and other hot drinks

  • Cookies and pastries to enjoy with your hot or cold beverage

  • Kombucha and other cold refreshments

  • Meals with vegetarian options

  • And breakfast

45 rue Saint-Antoine
Trois-Rivières
Québec
G9A 2J2
(819) 691-2233
www.cafeier.ca
Le Joyeux Pétrin
Harmful little bakery! From the mess to the table, and from the rounding to the shaping, finally from tests to tests, the bakery Le Joyeux Pétrin settles in the heart of Berthier-sur-Mer and near the river to feed villagers, tourists and cyclists.

The raw material that goes into making their products (flour, dried fruit, sea salt, chocolate, etc.) is the best on the market (85% organic) and they agree to say that the quality of the products they manufacture will be on everyone's lips. Finally, it is in the mouth that you find the true joyous nature of bread.

Family business that produces leavened bakery products with organic flours. More than fifty products made according to the seasons and inspiration. Their motivation is above all the uncompromising quality of the ingredients and the warm and attentive customer service.

Discover the products


*Photo credit Sylvie Lemire
37 Principale Est
Berthier-sur-Mer
Québec
G0R 1E0
418 259-2223
Le Quai Resto Pub
Stunning views of the river and the Island of Orleans while savoring an excellent meal !. Le Quai Resto-Pub is a place of choice for brunch (weekend) or dinner.

The menu offers the classic "pub" (sandwich, pizza, grilled cheese, burger, poutine, etc.) as well as some interesting dishes such as quail stew, lobster guédille or a quinoa and beetroot salad. The Quai offers a selection of small snacking entrees, among which cod croquettes with mayo-lime are delicious. Pair it with a beer from the Microbrasserie Bellechasse: the Belgian triple or the brew of the moment.
5 rue des Remparts
St-Michel-de-Bellechasse
Québec
G0R 3S0
418 884-4088
Microbrasserie Aux Fous Brassant
Located downtown Rivière-du-Loup and opened in March 2012, the microbrewery Aux Fous Brassant is a must to visit! Their mission is simple, to offer quality beers made with Québec ingredients in a cozy atmosphere. The brewery also offers a bistro-style menu which focuses on local products, as well as a wide musical and cultural programme including exhibitions of local artists. Meals are served in the lounge or on the terrace.

* It is possible to visit the brewing room by reservation.
262 Rue Lafontaine,
Rivière-du-Loup, QC
Québec
G5R 3A8
(418) 605-1644
Microbrasserie Côte-du-Sud
Come live a pleasant experience! Microbrasserie Côte-du-Sud offers tasty food and beer combinations by incorporating local products. The beers developed bear names evoking places and characters of the Côte-du-Sud, a historic region once dubbed the Grenier of New France.

A showcase for products from the region.

Several Côte-du-Sud products are highlighted, such as processed products from the Ferme de Ladurantaye in Cap-Saint-Ignace and the Fromagerie de L'Isle-aux-Grues, a dynamic dairy cooperative located in the middle of the river.

Open terrace in the sun

On the 2nd floor, a magnificent terrace taking the sun from afternoon to sunset. A perfect place to relax, enjoy a beer produced on site.
50, boulevard Taché Ouest
Montmagny
Québec
G5V 3A2
418 241-2287
O’Ravito café – Relais
A friendly place where flavor, simplicity and the outdoors meet to become your starting point for the Navigateurs' Route. Parking nearby and a great opportunity to refuel.

O'Ravito Café offers a simple and lighter menu for lovers of the outdoors. Discover their specialty. the slice of bread ! Accompanied by a good microbrewer beer, nutritious smoothies, soup, healthy salad, ice cream, espresso coffee or hot chocolate. Menu

Parking available nearby: information to come

Get O'Ravito Café's authorization at a cost of $ 5 / day.

This authorization will allow you to park in the spaces provided by Juvénat Notre-Dame du Saint-Laurent for the duration of your stay. All amounts collected are given to this institution.

It is important to book in advance. No authorization issued the same day.
2560 Chemin du Fleuve
Lévis
Québec
G6W 1X4
418 903-5511
www.oravito.com
Tête d’Allumette Microbrasserie
For seven years, Tête d’Allumette lives its crazy dream to brew its own beers over a wood fire. A rich mix between the rigour of fine technologies and the rusticity of ancient know-how. The place is constantly buzzing with the pub that welcomes tourists and locals year-round, as well as the beautiful ancient house or the amazing terrace with the view of the Saint-Lawrence River.

Simple and original, it’s a wonderful place along the banks of the river that offers a variety of unique tasting beers and its specific signature that comes from constant innovation. They offer only simple finger food so to allow the beer to be the star. Unless, of course, the 200-degree views of the river take’s all your attention…

 

Tête d’allumette also offer to the cyclists an Halt Station, a structure with tools to help you to fix small adjustments on your bike or inflate the tires.


And finally, there is a shop if you want to bring with you some bottles.
265, route 132 Ouest
Saint-André
Québec
G0L 2H0
418 493-2222

Aliksir Huiles Essentielles
Distillers by trade since 1988. We are working hard to produce essential oils and hydrosols of the highest quality from Quebec plants and trees. We are located on the edge of the Chemin du Roy where it is very easy and pleasant to take a break for a free drink at our fountain flavored with the Essential Waters. The shop is an extraordinary place of discovery, a delight for the finest noses. Discover more than 150 essential oils from Quebec and elsewhere. An olfactory experience not to be missed.

Essential oils are a great asset for anyone wishing to benefit from the full contribution of plants for their health. In store, you will find good products to soothe your muscle, joint pain naturally and the bruises of your unexpected tumbles!

Guided tours of the distillery are available upon request.

Safe travels to all, from the entire Aliksir team and the pleasure of meeting you!

Quebec City Store
89, rue Saint-Joseph
Québec, (Québec)
T. (418) 977-3715
1040, Chemin du Roy
Grondines
Québec
G0A 1W0
(418) 268-3406
(418) 596-3406
aliksir.com
BOREALIS
CENTRE FOR THE HISTORY OF THE PAPER INDUSTRY. BORÉALIS is a major tourist attraction in the Mauricie that provides you with a rich experience of discovery! On our guided tour, make discoveries related to the following themes: the forest, the log drive, lumberjacks, and life as a worker in the past. In this former plant turned museum, you can walk through a unique underground reservoir, make your own paper and undergo experiences sure to stimulate the 5 senses. Take advantage of this opportunity to lounge in the sun on the outside patio and take an observation tour to behold the beautiful view of the Saint-Maurice River. Come discover this exciting place where you will learn about the adventure-filled history of paper!

FIRST SHIFT

Inspired by the sound walks in Manhattan and Paris, Boréalis innovates by offering this urban tour: First Shift! Through First Shift, you’ll immerse yourself in the reality of an employee doing his first shift at the CIP, once the largest paper mill in the world! Filled with soundscapes and testimonials, this immersive tour tells the history of the plant and its neighbourhood, interspersed with anecdotes and photographic archives.

First Shift takes place at the heart of the Ste-Cécile neighbourhood and is a 50 minutes long tour (2 km).

THE AUX CONFLUENTS TERRACE

Adjacent to the museum, the Aux Confluents terrace is an enchanting place overlooking the St. Lawrence and St. Maurice Rivers. Surrounded by modern decor, this ever-lively terrace offers a magnificent view and a unique atmosphere. A must try!

* open only in summer months.
200, Avenue des Draveurs
Trois-Rivières
Québec
G9A 5H3
(819) 372-4633
Brasserie Dépareillée
Discover a nice melt between delicious and traditional beers. The Dépareillée Brewery is a charming brewery that’s directly situated on the bike route of  Le Chemin du Roy, a perfect place for cyclists who want to take a break and enjoy a fresh and unique beer.

Opening hours : 7/7 - You can refer to their facebook page and their website.

On site  :

  • Tasting room

  • You can taste and have a drink on site

  • Shop : buy a beer to take with you or other goodies

  • Bring your lunch (bistro and snack bar a few pedal strokes away)

  • Catering service

  • Dépareillé Beer Garden

  • Brewery Tour and tasting

  • Picnic tables and BBQ

  • Kids and pets are welcomed

751 Rue Sainte Anne
Yamachiche
Québec
G0X 3L0
514-206-5900
Canal de Soulanges
While rolling on the cycle path that follows it, you will see the locks that enabled the ships to go from downriver to upriver. Or vice-versa. Don't miss the "Petit pouvoir", a former hydroelectric plant built in bricks and located between the canal and the St. Lawrence River.

At the east end of the canal, you will be close to the Théâtre des Cascades. It is located in what is, according to many, the more beautiful summer theatre site in province of Québec. At the other end, take advantage of your presence to visit the Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site. There, you will be able to see, among others, some remnants of a fort.

Built between 1892 and 1899, this canal links Les Coteau to Pointe-des-Cascades. Until 1959, it allowed ships to overcome the Saint-Lawrence River rapids. It becames obsolete due to the opening of the St. Lawrence seaway. Boats do not navigate on it anymore, but cyclists enjoy its flat banks!
45.309861 -74.136321
Domaine des 3 moulins
This vineyard, where can be seen the remnants of three former mills, welcomes you for tastings and free or guided visits. You can buy wines on site. Or enjoy your picnic at the designated area. If you visit the vineyard in October, participate in the harvest ! The brave volunteers are rewarded, at the end of the day, by a meal washed down by wines of the place.

Guided visits
From Tuesday to Sunday, on reservation only.
Visit duration: 1 hour.
1333, route 138
Neuville
Québec
G0A 2R0
418 876-0002
Lieu historique national de Coteau-du-Lac
Located nearby canal de Soulange, this historic site features Canada’s first lock canal and the remains of a fort. You can also see a blockhouse, military building erected in 1813, as the fort, to protect Canada (then a British colony) from possible US attacks. The channel, abandoned since the inauguration of the first Beauharnois Canal, can now be visited, both feet dry!

Construction of the Coteau-du-Lac canal began in the summer of 1779. Built by soldiers using rudimentary tools and techniques, this channel (100 m long and 2.5 m wide) was completed in 1781. It includes 3 locks, each 12 m long, 1.8 m wide and a draught of about 80 cm. It allows to bypass a drop of about 2 m between downstream and upstream of the rapid.
308 chemin du Fleuve
Coteau-du-Lac
Québec
J0P 1B0
450 763-5631
Lieu historique national du Canal-de-Lachine
To ride along the Lachine Channel is to rub Montreal, a vibrant metropolis with a diverse cultural life. Linking its Old Port to Lake Saint-Louis, the venerable channel (it has over 150 years!) is fun to explore by bike. Besides, in 2009, the canal's bike path was ranked third of the most beautiful urban circuits in the world by Time magazine.

Along it, you can, among others, do a picnic and rent a canoe, a kayak or, even, an electric boat. Nearby, you will also find the Atwater market, a place to discover for any food lover!

Built to bypass the impressive Lachine rapids, this canal immerses visitors in the past. It is, indeed, the craddle of canadian industrilization. The presence of this watereway combined to the hydraulic power contributed, in 19th century, to the establishment of several industries on its banks: mills and grain elevators, nail factories, edge-tool, sawmills and wood workshops.

Truly, a trip to Montreal would not be complete without a visit to this channel!
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Lieu historique national du Canal-de-Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
Between Lake St. Louis and Vaudreuil Bay, the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal is used for yachting. Take some time to stroll along the boardwalk that borders the waterway. You can also explore the historical sites or attend the operation of the lock maneuvers. Otherwise, picnic in this green area is a great way to regain strength before going back on your bike!

Inaugurated in 1843 for commercial navigation, this channel was heavily used during the second half of the 19th century. At the time, many steam boats, loaded with passengers, went through it daily. Following the opening of the Seaway St. Lawrence, in 1959, he was gradually abandoned. Since 1963, only the pleasure crafts can access it.
170 rue Sainte-Anne
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
Québec
H9X 1N1
514 457-5546
Marché public de Deschambault
Under the tall trees of Church street, this market offers several gems of local productions. You will find, among others, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, lamb, beef, veal, pork, poultry, deer, red deer, wine, jams, garlic, mushrooms, maple products, chocolates, coffee, berries-based alcohol, cider, breads, soaps, lavender, honey and processed foods.

This is the perfect place to meet the food producers of the region, do some shopping and a bit of chatting. On the premises, a canteen serves local produces and musicians entertain the shoppers.

In 2020, this public market, the only one between Trois-Rivières and Quebec City, is open every Saturday upcoming dates, from 9am to 1pm.

See the market in action (video)
Rue de l'Église
Deschambault
Québec
G0A 1S0
418 268-6797
Microbrasserie Aux Fous Brassant
Located downtown Rivière-du-Loup and opened in March 2012, the microbrewery Aux Fous Brassant is a must to visit! Their mission is simple, to offer quality beers made with Québec ingredients in a cozy atmosphere. The brewery also offers a bistro-style menu which focuses on local products, as well as a wide musical and cultural programme including exhibitions of local artists. Meals are served in the lounge or on the terrace.

* It is possible to visit the brewing room by reservation.
262 Rue Lafontaine,
Rivière-du-Loup, QC
Québec
G5R 3A8
(418) 605-1644
Microbrasserie Côte-du-Sud
Come live a pleasant experience! Microbrasserie Côte-du-Sud offers tasty food and beer combinations by incorporating local products. The beers developed bear names evoking places and characters of the Côte-du-Sud, a historic region once dubbed the Grenier of New France.

A showcase for products from the region.

Several Côte-du-Sud products are highlighted, such as processed products from the Ferme de Ladurantaye in Cap-Saint-Ignace and the Fromagerie de L'Isle-aux-Grues, a dynamic dairy cooperative located in the middle of the river.

Open terrace in the sun

On the 2nd floor, a magnificent terrace taking the sun from afternoon to sunset. A perfect place to relax, enjoy a beer produced on site.
50, boulevard Taché Ouest
Montmagny
Québec
G5V 3A2
418 241-2287
Savonnerie Quai des Bulles
Founded in 2004, Quai des Bulles is a homemade soap factory that produces natural soaps and body products. Made in Québec, the passionate artisanal soap makers love to introduce local ingredients like arbutus and seaweed from the Saint-Lawrence's River. Chat with the customer service representatives, they will assist you in finding the best soap for you.

On the spot :

  • Shop

  • Factory visit

  • Have a discussion with the customer service representatives and soap makers


To buy :

  • Soap

  • Shampoo

  • Body cream and other products

  • Essential oils & fragrances

  • Bath accessories


Four shops :

  • Kamouraska : Head office, workshop and shop | 66, avenue Morel, Kamouraska, Qc | 418 492-9673

  • Baie-Saint-Paul : 120, rue Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Baie-Saint-Paul, Qc | 418 435-5646

  • Saint-Jean-Port-Joli : 22, rue de Gaspé Ouest, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Qc | 418 358-0698

  • Carleton : 584, boul. Perron, Carleton-sur-Mer, Qc | 418 364-2383

66, avenue Morel
Kamouraska
Québec
G0L 1M0
1 888 492-9673
Tête d’Allumette Microbrasserie
For seven years, Tête d’Allumette lives its crazy dream to brew its own beers over a wood fire. A rich mix between the rigour of fine technologies and the rusticity of ancient know-how. The place is constantly buzzing with the pub that welcomes tourists and locals year-round, as well as the beautiful ancient house or the amazing terrace with the view of the Saint-Lawrence River.

Simple and original, it’s a wonderful place along the banks of the river that offers a variety of unique tasting beers and its specific signature that comes from constant innovation. They offer only simple finger food so to allow the beer to be the star. Unless, of course, the 200-degree views of the river take’s all your attention…

 

Tête d’allumette also offer to the cyclists an Halt Station, a structure with tools to help you to fix small adjustments on your bike or inflate the tires.


And finally, there is a shop if you want to bring with you some bottles.
265, route 132 Ouest
Saint-André
Québec
G0L 2H0
418 493-2222
Vieux canal de Beauharnois
You can see the western end of this former canal while riding in the Delpha-Sauvé park, in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. In front of this park, on the south shore of the canal: the Marina and the sail club. In summer, a resort atmosphere prevails. Pleasure crafts are now the only occupants of this former trade route.

The canal construction began in 1842. It needed a lot of energy, from the workers workers who dug, with little machinery, that 880 meters long and 40-50 meters wide trench. A bit as a side effect, those major works gave birth to the city of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. After these, on April 23 of 1845, the canal was opened to shipping.

If you want to learn more about this former waterway, we invite you to visit the Société du Vieux Canal de Beauharnois (in french only), located at 410 Victoria, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.

Aerial view of the canal (Video)
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vieuxcanal.com
Vignoble du Faubourg
Le Vignoble du Faubourg  is known for the beauty of its site, with stunning views of the St. Lawrence River, and for the warm welcome of the owners. The winery offers a wide selection of wines: red, white, rosé, fortified wines and straw wines, something for all wine lovers!

Schedule: * From 15 May to early September, daily from 10 am to 17 pm. * From Labor Day to Thanksgiving, daily from 11 am to 16 pm
479, rue Bourgault
Saint-Jean-Port-Joli
Québec
G0R 3G0
418 598-6121

Aliksir Huiles Essentielles
Distillers by trade since 1988. We are working hard to produce essential oils and hydrosols of the highest quality from Quebec plants and trees. We are located on the edge of the Chemin du Roy where it is very easy and pleasant to take a break for a free drink at our fountain flavored with the Essential Waters. The shop is an extraordinary place of discovery, a delight for the finest noses. Discover more than 150 essential oils from Quebec and elsewhere. An olfactory experience not to be missed.

Essential oils are a great asset for anyone wishing to benefit from the full contribution of plants for their health. In store, you will find good products to soothe your muscle, joint pain naturally and the bruises of your unexpected tumbles!

Guided tours of the distillery are available upon request.

Safe travels to all, from the entire Aliksir team and the pleasure of meeting you!

Quebec City Store
89, rue Saint-Joseph
Québec, (Québec)
T. (418) 977-3715
1040, Chemin du Roy
Grondines
Québec
G0A 1W0
(418) 268-3406
(418) 596-3406
aliksir.com
Hôtel Universel
With 300 rooms and 1 penthouse, restaurants, an indoor pool with water slide, health centre, outdoor nordic spa, this hotel will fulfill all your needs under one roof. The convention centre boasts 17 conference rooms able to accommodate 10 to 1,500 people and equipped with all the technical facilities needed for a successful event.
311, boul. de l'Hotel-de-Ville O.
Rivière-du-Loup
Québec
G5R 5S4
418.862.9520 S.F 1.800.265.0072
La Marie-Simonne
Superb B&B on the banks of the river offering massage therapy treatments. This large property classified a heritage house, offers three large rooms with a shared bathroom. Hot breakfasts included whith homemade recipes and local products. You benefit from indoor and outdoor relaxation areas, and have access to a walking path that leads to a peninsula.

Massotherapy treatments are available in packages or à la carte. These include Swedish massage, decongesting with hot stones, herbal or shell boosters, lymphatic drainage, facials and reflexology.

  • Safe space for storing bicycles.

  • Package-care


OTIUM
In ancient Rome, otium was a period devoted to the withdrawal of activities from public life. Moment of calm and peace, the otium allowed a time of intellectual and corporal recovery by a series of baths and massages, and was accompanied or followed by readings and concerts.
The Otium Health and Relaxation Center's mission is to provide professional care that meets the highest standards of quality in alternative medicine.
In an environment that invites you to let go and relax, the Otium Health and Relaxation Center gite strives to offer its guests all the comforts they desire and is committed to providing them with a unique and harmonious experience. in keeping with the Otium tradition.

928 route de la Seigneurie
Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies
Québec
G0R 4E0
418 943-3205

Cyclo Services
It’s the "Rendez-vous" for the cyclists, in the heart of Old Quebec City. We offer a range of services which include bike rental and guided bike tours. We have a wide selection of bikes for rent: hybrid and comfort, upright position bikes, touring and road bikes, tandems, and kids bikes. It is also possible to rent kids trailers or a trail-a-bike, we also rent bikes accessories. For visitors who should require service for their bike, our specialized mechanical staff offer's good quality service.
289, rue Saint Paul
Québec
Québec
G1K 3W6
418-692-4052
418-692-4146
Hobby Cycle
At Hobby Cycle, find internationally recognized bicycle brands, various accessories, and a service of mechanics and assembly of wheels. A positioning service is also offered. A small room has been built. A measurement system (Biosize) reinforces the expertise of its owner, who is no longer involved in the field of cycling!

For 30 years, the world of cycling and trade have changed, but the priority of Hobby Cycle remains the same: the service. By entering the door of Hobby Cycle, it is a qualified and passionate staff of the bike who is happy to advise you and meet your needs. Hobby Cycle offers a complete technical support and offers the best bike according to the morphology, needs and objectives of the client.

Owner and passionate: Robert Gagnon
278 rue Lafontaine
Rivière-du-Loup
Québec
G5R 3A8
418 863-1112
bobbycycle.ca

Rivière-du-Loup
As a genius, nature has carved the Rivière-du-Loup area as a tiered amphitheater. Therefore, your thighs will maybe want some excuses for asking them to climb these streets that never end up. But your eyes will thank you for the awesome spectacle of an everchanging river, whatever the level from which you attend.

To be at the forefront of this water theater, without punishing your calves, try a ride to parc de la Pointe. On the side of the St. Lawrence river, this will refresh you. From there, you can even embark on a cruise to meet the discrete character of this great play, beluga whales, close to their nursery.

From Rivière-du-Loup, several other routes are available to your two wheels. If you like to vibrate on gravel and head out into the wild scenery, the linear park Petit-Témis takes you 134 km south, to New Brunswick, through the magnificent Témiscouata Lake and its national park. If you prefer the asphalt, highway 132 will reveal the proud charming villages such as Kamouraska, west, and the beauty of the estuary in Cacouna and L'Isle-Verte, eastward.

When you will get off the saddle, you can either go regenerate in the welcoming city center, where you will find an animated public market on summer Saturdays, or visit one of the city parks, which invite to contemplation as well as performance. It is up to you to chosse!

If you still have a bit of energy, you can take part in one of the joyous events that gather Louperivois and tourists around blues or rock music, visual and performing arts, heritage, old cars and beer, among others. All that, in this relaxed atmosphere that is the trademark of the Bas-Saint-Laurent personality!

Before pedalling, click :

Rivière-du-Loup Tourism

Tour de la Pointe (in french only)
Race event (1, 3, 5 and 10 km), on May

Lafontaine public market (in french only)
Every Saturdays, from June to October

Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent (in french only)
Specialized in modern art and ethnology

Beer Fest (in french only)
Meet Québec's microbrewers, September 2021



Bike path
Linear park Petit-Témis
65, rue de l'Hôtel-de-Ville
Rivière-du-Loup
Québec
G5R 3Y7
418 867-6700
Saint-Jean-Port-Joli
Saint-Jean-Port-Joli invites you to live a creative experience to discover or rediscover its cultural vitality. During your tour, you will have the opportunity to enjoy enchanting landscapes. Saint-Jean-Port-Joli also enjoys an exceptional panorama of the St. Lawrence River.

Located in the heart of the village, the Trois-Bérets park is a real open air museum where one can admire the talent of wood carvers from here and elsewhere. You will also have the opportunity to discover museums, art galleries and artists' studios which reflects the cultural vitality of the village. Gastronomy lovers are not left out: they will have no trouble finding a nice restaurant that will offer them culinary discoveries.

The tourist office of Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, in the heart of town, is a must for your bike day. This is the perfect place to gather information that will make your stay even more enjoyable!

Attractions list

Living memory Museum (in french only)
Former canadians Museum 
Motorcycle History Museum (in french only)
La roche à Veillon summer theater (in french only)

Events (in french only)

La biennale de sculpture (Sculpture Biennial) July 22 to 25, 2021.
La fête des chants de Marins (Mariners songs celebration) August 1021
Les violons d’automnes (The violins of Falls) September 2021.

Cycling routes
7, place de l'Église
Saint-Jean-Port-Joli
Québec
G0R 3G0
418 598-3084
Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade
This municipality, at the confluence of the Sainte-Anne and St. Lawrence River, is best known touristically for winter fishing. World Capital of tomcod, it welcome each year, winter like summer, thousands of visitors.

Superb summer destination, it offers passers several tourist and cultural attractions such as the church and its crypt, as well as the legendary Domaine seigneurial Sainte-Anne where you can stop for a visit or a picnic .

Tasting enthusiasts of local Quebec products, you will be seduced by the richness of local flavors. During a visit of the region's farms and kiosks, you will have the chance to taste alcohol, berries, cheese and hot fresh bread, among others.

Rich of its green spaces, take time to pause to admire the rural landscape at the rest stop or at the Bridge park facing the Sainte-Anne River. Both will offer you a beautiful haven.

200, rue Principale
Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade
Québec
G0X 2J0
418 325-2841
sadlp.ca
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
Just 30 km from the west of the island of Montreal, the City of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield is in the heart of an exceptional cycling network, 90% paved, on flat terrain and sprinkled with riverside halts. Indeed, the city was built around the St. Francis Bay, located at the junction of the St. Lawrence River, the St. Charles River and the old Beauharnois Canal. Its historic downtown, vibrant and lively, offers a host of events throughout the summer, unique shops and more than a dozen restaurants terraces. Moreover, the Hotel Plaza Valleyfield, a Welcome Cyclist member, offers storage space for bicycles.

Rural - urban duality, this is what characterizes our region! The Suroît cycle network, totaling nearly 140 km, is rich of its diverses paths and has multiple links between each of them (Parc régional de Beauharnois-Salaberry, Soulanges bike path, Peasant's trail, Haut-Saint-Laurent multifunctional trail).

Also to discover during your stay in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield :

  • MUSO – Société des Deux-Rives Museum

  • Delpha-Sauvé Park's outdoor aquatic complex (heated pool with swimming lanes, slides, water games)

  • Outdoor shows on a floating stage at the old canal's terrace

  • Indoor show - Fabien Cloutier in a one-man-show formula

  • Sailing tours and "croisières endimanchées"

  • Îles-de-Saint-Timothée regional park's beach

  • Urban animations and many summer events



For more information, visit www.destinationvalleyfield.com/en
61, rue Sainte-Cécile
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
Québec
J6T 1L8
450 370-4300
Sorel-Tracy
A magnificent region on the edge of Lake Saint-Pierre, listed as a UNESCO heritage site, the Sorel-Tracy region has several infrastructures ideal for cyclists, as well as an area of ​​incredible natural spaces. It is a region recognized by cyclists for its flat routes where rural landscapes and the pleasures of water rub shoulders.

SERVICE AND AMENITIES

  • Cycle route: between 40 to 110 km

  • Long term parking


    • Maison des gouverneurs | 92, chemin des Patriotes, Sorel-Tracy

    • Regard sur le fleuve Park| 5, rue Saint-Pierre, Sorel-Tracy



  • Public toilets:


    • Regard sur le fleuve Park | 5, rue Saint-Pierre, Sorel-Tracy

    • Maisouna Park | 10525, route Marie-Victorin, Sorel-Tracy

    • Pointe-aux-Pins Park| rue du Fleuve, Saint-Joseph-de-Sorel


  • Parks and picnic tables:


    • Regard sur le fleuve Park | 5, rue Saint-Pierre, Sorel-Tracy

    • Maison du Marais | 3742, chemin du Chenal-du-Moine, Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel

    • Maison des gouverneurs | 92, chemin des Patriotes, Sorel-Tracy

    • Maisouna Park | 10525, route Marie-Victorin, Sorel-Tracy

    • Pointe-aux-Pins Park | rue du Fleuve, Saint-Joseph-de-Sorel



  • Self-service bike repair station


    • Maison des gouverneurs | 92, chemin des Patriotes, Sorel-Tracy

    • Maisouna Park | 10525, route Marie-Victorin, Sorel-Tracy



  • Restaurants and coffee shop


    • Marc Beauchemin Restaurant| 124 île d’Embarras, Saint-Anne-de-Sorel

    • Steakhouse de l’Hôtel de la Rive | 165 chemin Sainte-Anne, Sorel-Tracy

    • Le Belvédère | 155 chemin Sainte-Anne, Sorel-Tracy

    • Cantine Ti-Ken | 1717, chemin du Chenal-du-Moine, Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel

    • Cabaret Les Années Folles | 143, rue du Traversier, Sorel-Tracy

    • Other restaiurants in downrown Sorel-Tracy



  • Grocery


    • Provigo | 50, rue Victoria, Sorel-Tracy

    • Métro Plus | 7000, avenue de la Plaza, Sorel-Tracy



RECOGNIZED ACCOMMODATIONS FOR CYCLISTS

  • Gîte 12 George2

  • Camping Chenal-du-Moine2

  • Hôtel de la rive3


1 Partnership The St. Lawrence by bike
2 partnership The St. Lawrence by bike and Bienvenue cycliste
3 Bienvenue cycliste

THE ESSENTIALS

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS ALONG THE BANKS OF THE ST. LAWRENCE

  • Biophare (museum institution dedicated to the Biosphere Reserve of Lake-Saint-
    Pierre)

  • Grèves Regional Park (hiking, picnic tables, reception area)

  • Statera – L’Archipel fabuleux (cruise, dome with projection, interactive course)

  • La Marina de Saurel (nautical show) 2 rue Saint-Pierre, Sorel-Tracy

  • Crèmerie Boréal (ice cream, picnic tables) 2786 chemin Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel

92, chemin des Patriotes
Sorel-Tracy
Québec
J3P 2K7
450 746-9441
Verchères
Home of the well-know Madeleine, Verchères is a charming village more than 300 years old. Many historical figures are natives to the place, like Calixa Lavallée, composer of Canada's national anthem, as well as the famous patriot Ludger Duvernay. Crossed by the Route Verte, the village is a good stopover for cyclists. Here, you will find a B&B and touristic attractions worth mentioning: chalouperie, communal mill, Madeleine de Verchères' statue, and St-François-Xavier Church (erected in 1787). Park furniture created by Ateliers Guyon impresses. Discover those "sail benches" erected in honor of the pioneer families of Vercheres.

If you love the countryside, go on a bike ride on des Terres-Noires and du Petit-Coteau roads. They offer nice scenery of the region's agricultural heritage.

Fans of fresh produce will not want to miss the farmer's market.
It takes place on Sundays from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M., from mid-June to mid-September.
Location: Town Hall's parking, 581 Marie-Victorin.
581 route Marie-Victorin
Verchères
Québec
J0L 2R0
450 583-3307