Chemin du Terroir
The Chemin du Terroir is a 226-km loop through the countryside in the south-western portion of the Laurentian region between Lake of Two Mountains, the Ottawa River and the Rivière du Nord. You can reach the circuit by autoroute or, to add some fun, by the Hudson-Oka ferry between April and November. Wine, cider, honey, maple products, orchards, cheese makers, lavendar fields and even treasures from our heritage, such as the superb Légaré mill in Vieux-Saint-Eustache that has been milling flour for 250 years! For activities for the entire family, or exploring with friends, the Chemin du Terroir promises wonderful discoveries.
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The Montérégie - a vast garden filled with emotion!Show on the map this circuit >>
The Montérégie welcomes you into its valleys rich with orchards, vineyards and maple groves. This huge area, a true market garden for Québec, is crawling with agri-food activities. Many discoveries await you.
Fresh products straight from the farmer to the consumer!Show on the map this circuit >>
Welcome to Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, where the people are courteous and enthusiastic, and just waiting to greet you, as are the twenty or so businesses in the Kiosque à la ferme network, ready to offer you quality and freshness throughout the year.