Municipalité de Cap-Saint-Ignace
Montmagny and the islands
Founded in 1672, Cap-Saint-Ignace is noted for its heritage resources and fertile farmland. Visitors of all ages can set off on the “gourmet road” and discover delicious local products. The informative Petit-Cap walking trail and old wharf are delightful ways to get to the St. Lawrence. Go back in time while learning about historical sites and buildings along the heritage-themed itinerary. With its three-keyboard Casavant organ and architectural treasure trove, the church is home to a permanent exhibit of religious art. In the spring, enjoy watching the snow geese at the rest area or satisfy your sweet tooth at one of the many sugar shacks. In the fall, orchards become enchanting sites for picking your own apples. A true paradise for waterfowl and large game because of its flatlands and large forested areas, Cap-Saint-Ignace is a choice destination for hunting enthusiasts.
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