What's to see in Montérégie

What's to see in Saint-Hyacinthe

Located in the Montérégie region, near Montréal, Saint-Hyacinthe and the surrounding area invite you to discover a perfect blend of town and country.  The region owes much of its economic activity to the agri-food industry and everything related to it is known as the agri-food capital of Québec and why it became the first Canadian member of the prestigious international Association of Science Parks, as early as 1993. Saint-Hyacinthe boasts an agri-food science park, a new economy centre and a veritable biotechnology park in the making.


 To know more: Tourisme & congrès Saint-Hyacinthe: http://www.tourismesainthyacinthe.qc.ca/

What's to see in Montérégie

Montérégie is a vast extent of territory made up of numerous hills and valleys that spans over 11,000 square kilometers. The region owes its name to the abundant hills that dot its landscape. Conveniently located south of the Island of Montréal, midway between Québec City and Ottawa, Montérégie possesses a rich touristic diversity and is endowed with a unique blend of culture, agriculture and heritage. Bearing witness to its rich historical past and proud of its innovations, Montérégie invites you to discover the riches of its terroir!

Whatever the season, Montérégie offers an unforgettable getaway everyone will enjoy. Sports enthusiasts, campers, culture seekers, nature lovers and food connoisseurs alike will all find something to thrill and excite them during the summer or fall seasons, as will skiers, skaters and snowshoers in winter. From North to South, East to West, Montérégie offers a full array of attractions and fascinating experiences.


Rightfully described as the "Garden of Québec", Montérégie invites you to yield to your senses as you discover the wonderful offerings of the region's agricultural producers. Montérégie producers are passionate individuals who are proud to share their know-how and who graciously invite you to visit their facilities. Agricultural tourism is a key activity in the region.

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