As a cycling capital, an industrial and cultural hub in the Beauce region, Saint-Georges embodies the true vitality of Quebecers. With a population of roughly 30,000 souls, it is the largest city in the Beauce region and the second largest city in the Chaudière-Appalaches region. Its developed natural heritage is exceptional: The Domaine de la Seigneurie, the Arboretum, the Sartigan basin, and the 30 kilometres of hiking trails and 20 kilometres of bike paths are a true delight for residents, outdoor enthusiasts and tourists. The city's built heritage also includes spectacular elements, such as the mother church and the cultural centre that is home to the municipal library. The city of Saint-Georges and its surrounding area offers a wide array of tourist attractions, events, an annual Christmas holiday program, friendly and comfortable accommodations, along with great restaurants for those who appreciate fine dining.
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