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A Region of Nature and Culture
The Mauricie region abounds in green spaces where it is always good to breathe some fresh air; lakes and rivers cherished by water sport lovers; cultural and historic attractions; small picturesque towns and villages; as well as festivals and events that draw people from all over the world.
Stay at the Auberge du Lac Saint-Pierre
This beautiful inn looking more like a manor has 30 rooms and is located halfway between Montreal and Quebec City, on the North shore of the St. Lawrence River. Located in a biosphere world reserve named by UNESCO, it is the ideal location to watch big migratory of birds. Herons, ducks, Canada geese and snow geese all gather in front of the inn over the course of their journeys. The inn provides imaginative Québec cuisine, French-inspired and based on typically regional products.
Winter in Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade is everything but boring. In fact, this small town is the world capital of tomcod. Each year, when the ice is thick enough on the Sainte-Anne River, more than 500 heated cabins await you on the ice. Then the ice fishing season can start! You will love the experience of fishing through the ice.
It is where you can admire one the four Quebec' highest waterfalls
City of Water, City of Intensity
Located halfway between Montréal and Québec City, Trois-Rivières is a vibrant harbour city, nestled between the St. Lawrence and the Saint-Maurice rivers. The second oldest French city to be founded in North America, the city is very proud of its historic quarter where museums, art galleries and boutiques celebrate over three hundred years of history.
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