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The largest interpretation centre and most prestigious wood carving museum in North America.
Built between 1849 and 1853 by architect Pierre Gauvreau.
Theatre packages available.
Concerts during Festival Guitare en Fête will honor this wildly varied stringed instrument.
The sports club les Appalaches is one of the most beautiful cross country skiing centers of Quebec.
Many attractions to explore, including two huge museum ships to visit from top to bottom!
Cultural event is designed to bring sculptor and the public together
On the edge of the St. Lawrence River, Le Faubourg is a haven of peace, an oasis for the mind.
Marina located on the outskirts of a beautiful village that's been home to generations of mariners.
Enjoy a relaxing break in the enchanting 5 hectares of land... to the rythym of Turtle River.
The Lumberjack Festival is a touristic event welcoming 30,000 visitors a year.
An 18-hole course, par 72, and a length of 6391 yards.
characterized by the particular harmony of it's distinct paths in a panoramic site of grand beauty.
Historic church Notre-Dame de Bonsecours, built in 1768, is a classified historical monument.
Contemporary dances in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli inspired by flights of birds.
Tourisme Chaudière-Appalaches800, autoroute Jean-LesageLévis (Québec) G7A 1E3Canada
Phone : 418 831-4411
Fax : 418 831-8442
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Printed on : March 24, 2017