205 Chemin des Poiriers
Montmagny, QC G5V 3X7
Phone: (418) 248-4515
Fax: (418) 248-0200
Cap-Saint-Ignace is a municipality founded in 1672 and is located on the southern bank of Saint Lawrence River. Numerous local attractions offer visitors a glimpse of the area's extensive history. Vincelotte Windmill was built in 1690 and Church of Cap-Saint-Ignace are some of the oldest structures of the place. There are various designated hiking trails and you can also enjoy some birdwatching. Enjoy amazing views of the St. Lawrence River while sampling the area's local cuisine, and experience local history during a visit to Cap-Saint-Ignace.
Saint-Jean-de-l'Île-d'Orléans is a town located on Orléans Island in the province of Quebec. Inhabited since the 1600s, the town has a rich cultural and historical heritage for everyone to explore in the form of historic buildings and churches, such as the Mauvide-Genest Manor. In the center of the village, one can find small identical houses, ordinary but for their brightly colored roofs. This exquisite village has a lot to offer, with its many art galleries and studios and the close knit community. Do try the fresh produce grown at the many farms in this village.
Add an adventurous twist to your visit to Quebec. Explore the picturesque destinations of Quebec by indulging in adventurous sports like canoeing and rappelling. Different packages are offered by Canyoning Quebec that can be chosen according to your suitability. Check website for details regarding rates and activities.