205 Chemin des Poiriers
Montmagny, QC G5V 3X7
Phone: (418) 248-4515
Fax: (418) 248-0200
205 Chemin des Poiriers, Montmagny, QC, CA, G5V 3X7
- Phone: (418) 248-4515
- Fax: (418) 248-0200
Promenades Beauport is located in the Buauport neighborhood of Quebec City. This shopping center houses a variety of shops specializing in food supplies, clothing, pharmacy, accessories, beauty supplies, etc. Promenades Beauport provides an incredible shopping experience under one large roof.
If you're having a hard time thinking beyond the usual suspects to carry home as souvenirs, a visit to Mouche à Feu is in order. Located in a quaint historic building at Place Royale, the store has an excellent selection of thoughtful gifts and souvenirs. From beautifully-crafted bar ware to fine chocolates, the store's restrained, but diverse collection has something to please every taste. Stop-by to pick up classy souvenirs.
Local designers reign supreme at this delightful boutique in the heart of Quartier Petit Champlain. Choose from a fantastic women's line featuring creations by promising Quebec designers, all handpicked by the owners. The collection of woolens is worth a special mention. Being a platform for local designers, shoppers are likely to find many unique pieces exclusive to the boutique. There's an eclectic choice of accessories as well to complement your look. Call ahead for more information.
Look no further than this delightful store for some truly unexpected finds. From period furniture and vintage decor items to random collectibles and museum-worthy artifacts, there's no saying what you might stumble upon at this store. A fine place to look for unconventional souvenirs, Le Rendez-vous du Collectionneur offers newer delights with every visit. Keep your eyes peeled and thoroughly peruse all of the shelves; you just might chance upon lost treasure!
Established in the 1980s, Atelier La Pomme is a city institution for stylish leather and fur clothing. Exclusive lines by a bevy of designers, many of them local, make up the collection at the trendy boutique. From luxurious suede coats and leather jackets to dressy fur outfits, the boutique's ever-changing collection is eclectic. Leather purses, hats and other accessories complete the line. Call ahead for more information.
Among the more popular antique shops lining Rue St-Paul, Boutique Privilège Antiquités stands out for its fine ceramic collection. From vintage crockery and figurines to beautiful decorative pieces, the ceramic and porcelain collection at the store has to be seen. Besides this, the store also offers other antique staples like lamps, furniture and other knickknacks. Call ahead for more information.
Tucked away amidst the numerous shops near the Quebec Funicular, Boutique Zazou is a fashion mainstay for locals in the know. Local designers populate the store's shelves with updated international trends as well as creative personal designs. From elegant dresses to woolen coats and winter accessories, the store's collection is eclectic. Easily identifiable thanks to its bright signage, Boutique Zazou is worth checking out when in the area.
Offering a focused collection of outdoor clothing, Le Capitaine d'A Bord is the boutique of choice for style-conscious travelers. From stylish coats and jackets to t-shirts and hats, the boutique has everything to fashion the perfect look, whether you're sailing or golfing. Choose from a selection of renowned brands like Paul & Shark, Lacoste, Perofil, Rigor and more. The collection of shoes is especially versatile and offers excellent variety to please all tastes. Ladies need not feel left out, as the adjoining boutique offers a women-centric line as well. Check website for more.
This small store in Quebec's Quartier Petit Champlain, is dedicated to showcasing marvelous creations by local sculptor Alain Flamand. Flamand, known for his detailed carvings of wood, has been delighting clients with beautiful wood-carved figurines for over 30 years. Each piece, handcrafted by Alain Flamand himself, has drawn inspirations from various sources: folklore, nature, wildlife, humans and others, but Quebec is the common theme running through all the sculptures.
As the name suggests, Plein Air d'A Bord is the place to shop for your outdoor apparel needs. Stylish, yet made to withstand, and in some cases protect you against the elements, the boutique's offerings are made to last through your outdoor adventure. Choose from an eclectic collection of rugged apparel, jackets and coats as well as running and hiking shoes. A place worth checking out before you hit Quebec's spectacular outdoor sites.
This most beautifully preserved area of Vieux-Québec is also one of the city's cherished shopping districts. Quartier Petit Champlain is certainly heavily thronged to and many establishments cater to the visiting hordes.There are, nonetheless, many unique boutiques to be unearthed. Quebec fashion designers are featured heavily on the rue du Petit-Champlain, including Oclan, Point de Mire, Les Vêteries and Zazou. Numerous art and crafts galleries provide everything from souvenirs to high-end housewares; well-known stores include Brin de folie and the Galerie d'Art Bégin and Pauline Pelletier. High quality jewelery is on offer at the magnificent Pierre Vives and Louis Perrier Jewelers. The district abounds with cafes and restaurants.
Though petite compared to some of the larger antique stores on Rue St-Paul, Maison Dambourges more than makes up for its size with an intriguing collection that goes beyond run-of-the-mill antiques. Quebec-centric antiques are a specialty here, with everything from vintage signs and postcards to old-school crafts. Strewn across the modest floor-space, the objects make for an interesting perusal. In addition to this, there's a fine choice of period furniture and home decor as well.