Known for its agriculture and food tourism, the Montérégie region is synonymous with fertile land and homegrown products. Combining a rural setting with urban life, this region offers visitors historical sites, bike paths and gardens for everyone to enjoy. It’s the perfect destination for a fun day out with family, water sports or a food-themed tour.

The world of agriculture at La Ferme Guyon

Photo credit: Ferme Guyon

The Guyon Farm is a place of awareness and learning where visitors can find a wide range of horticultural products and foods that are locally grown or made on site. A visit allows visitors to better understand the reality of the agricultural world and to learn about the various stages of food processing. You can also participate in a workshop where you’ll get to meet seven species of free-ranging birds of prey and discover how they play an essential role in managing the crops.

Incredible biodiversity to discover at a UNESCO-recognized site

Photo credit: Kevin Locatelli

The wildlife reserve at Lac Saint-François, open until the end of October, can be discovered on land or on the water. Over 10 km of hiking trails are available, and dogs on leashes are welcome. Recreational activities include guided excursions on the lake by rabaska, sea kayak or a two-seater canoe, nature workshops and events, and geocaching for the whole family.

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