Centre-du-Québec Travel guide


Centre-du-Québec Travel guide

Centre-du-Québec Travel guide

Everything for Everyone

The Centre-du-Québec region is almost halfway between Montréal and Québec City. The main cities are Drummondville, Victoriaville, Plessisville, Nicolet and Bécancour. This region is in full economical expansion with lasting developing companies such as Cascades, a pulp and paper industry located in Kingsey Falls.

Still today, you can find estates dating back from the 18th century, as well as 19th-century houses. Those historic sites, which you can visit according to the season, are surrounded by plains and small valleys.

The Centre-du-Québec is proud to offer many country products. There are a good many cheese factories, which offer more than 80 different kinds of cheeses. The cranberry is also much in evidence as well as maple products. Because this region is the most important migratory stop for snow geese in Quebec, it is not surprising to find goose by-products.

This tourist region also has the largest number of herons recorded in North America, at Lac St-Pierre, which is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Outdoor sports enthusiasts will feel at home here because they can practice their favourite activities. Cycling lovers will be able to bike on more than 1,200 kilometres of trails, never crossing a car’s path. Furthermore, snowmobile riders who cross the region can take advantage of more than 1,000 kilometres of well-kept and marked trails. The same is true for ATV enthusiasts who can brag about their own trails. In summer time, they have access to 250 kilometres of trails and to more than 1.000 kilometres in wintertime.

Let’s not forget about all the cultural events the area proposes tourists from all around the world. Arts centers and theatres offer varied programs all year long, just like festivals. You can participate in either the Festival de la canneberge or the Mondial des Cultures with its dozen countries, dances and mixed cultures.

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