Apoteka is an herbalist shop where it is possible to visit the gardens and which also offers workshops on the gathering and identification of medicinal plants.
The Marché des Appalaches is a gourmet market offering star products from local farmers, breeders and artisans, within 50 km of Notre-Dame-des-Bois, Quebec.
Martine invites you to her sugar shack, the very place where she makes her preserves, vinaigrettes, salsa, jelly, pies, etc.—not to mention all the products made from maple syrup.
Les Jardins des tisÂnes is an organic vegetable farm that produces fruit, vegetables and medicinal plants. Part of the land preparation work is done through animal traction, using donkeys. Shop OPEN from mid-May to mid-November
Selling a variety of products from the farm such as red deer meat and maple products.
Whether you’re looking for a bite to eat with friends, to enjoy a musical atmosphere or to simply discover this unique place, be sure to stop at Musi-Café during your stay in the region!
Marché Lavallée has been a family affair for 50 years. Whether you’re looking for a choice cut of meat for your barbecue, fresh fruits and vegetables or beer from microbreweries, you’ll find everything you want right there!
Come and discover the animals at Deça Deci! On this small farm, participate in a guided visit or a wide variety of educational activities about the farm’s inhabitants.
Day, evening or night, Domaine de La Giroux-ette welcomes you for some unique experiences. La Giroux-ette invites you to be neighbours with the stars and get back to the calm of nature.
Each day, the artisans of Boulangerie Lambton knead several varieties of bread and bake all kinds of pastries. All of their products are made from high-quality local ingredients. Many local Quebec products are also sold there.
With family or friends, rain or shine, La Ferme du Péché Mignon is the ideal place to have fun all day long! You can pick your own blueberries, apples and pumpkins when in season.
Made of igneous rock, the Cimes trail will reveal the ridges of the Mont Mégantic massif.
Mont Victoria, along with Mont Mégantic and Mont Saint-Joseph, is part of the Mont Mégantic massif. It’s covered with abundant vegetation: deciduous, mixed and coniferous forests will give you your fill of chlorophyll and the fresh smell of pine!
Rated among the top three most beautiful panoramas in Quebec. A century-old chapel, visited by many hikers, awaits you at the summit and invites you for some contemplation.
With a bird’s eye view of the interior of the massif, the Escarpements trail will please adventurers young and old, whatever the season.
This trail for experienced hikers crisscrosses the undergrowth of the mossy fir trees and deciduous forest. Don’t forget your bathing suit! You might want to jump in Lac Thor or do some sunbathing!