Arrêts Gourmands The know-how of our gourmet stops - Fromagerie de L’Isle: a century-old know-how
At the start of the 20th century, the families of L'Isle-aux-Grues faced isolation and had to process the milk produced on their island themselves. The challenge of self-sufficiency has been transformed from one generation to the next into artisanal knowledge, which has given rise to a production of aged cheddars, unique to this island terroir.
Les Cervidés• June 12, 2021
10 unique tourist experiences to do
We suggest you go and meet our artisans to live unique experiences in their companies and others to think about yourself.
Stéphane Bourque• April 22, 2021
Foody Nature I will come back...to l'Isle-aux-Grues
Within the framework of work, I found myself for an afternoon in Isle-aux-Grues. I'll have to come back with my bike to discover all the splendor of the island and really take the time to live to the rhythm of the locals because it was a big WOW!
Stéphane Bourque• September 18, 2020
Curious Nature The Route des Navigateurs in landscape mode
The Route des Navigateurs! I no longer count the number of times I have driven it. Whenever the weather allows it, it is the one I drive for my trips from west to east, from east to west, whatever. Why? Not only because there is a rich heritage, great attractions, beautiful shops and tasty gourmet businesses, but also for the beauty and quality of its landscapes. There are sohttps://chaudiereappalaches.com/fr/raconte-moi-ton-trip/article/les-paysages-de-la-route-des-navigateurs/ many, of all kinds.
Stéphanie Allard• April 15, 2020
Curious Nature FALL IN LOVE WITH ISLE-AUX- GRUES. CÉDRIC BECOMES AN ISLANDER FOR A DAY!
It was during my trip to the Saint-François observatory on Île d'Orléans a couple years ago that I came to realize the size of this archipelago in the middle of the Saint Lawrence between Quebec City and Islet.
Cédric Lehoux• July 5, 2017
Active Nature The long winter weekend of Jeanne and Nancy in Chaudière-Appalaches !
The adventure started right when we arrived at Parc régional du Massif du Sud: the PODs were not accessible by car in winter. With a sled, we made a little trail to our lodging with our luggages. We quickly felt nature calling: tall pines covered with snow, fresh air, silence.
Jeanne et Nancy• February 24, 2020