Boulangerie artisanale Pains d'exclamation (250 m)

Steps away from Auberge de Jeunesse La Malabie, the artisanal bakery Pain d'Exclamation is a favourite for buying bread, enjoying pastries, or indulging in a healthy meal. The ambiance is warm, and welcoming. The ingredients used in this bakery are of high quality, and often come from the...

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Fromagerie Saint-Fidèle (18 Km)

Renowned Canadian swiss cheese specialist, the Fromagerie Saint- Fidèle deserves a stop if you are headed toward Tadoussac. With over 100 years of cheese-making experience, this factory offers its fresh cheddar cheese made daily, and its famous lactose-free swiss cheese. At the heart of...

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Miellerie de Charlevoix (27 KM)

Located in Éboulements, half way between Baie-St-Paul and La Malbaie, the Miellerie of Charlevoix, a honey farm, is a must for those with a sweet tooth. Different honey strains are produced here: blueberry honey of Lac Stain-Jean, Lotbinière strawberry honey, wild flower honey of Charlevoix,...

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Alpagas Charlevoix (27 KM)

Originating from the Andes, the alpaca is in the same family as the llama. The alpaca is mainly farmed for its high quality fibre. From these fibres, clothing is made using a pallet of twenty-two colours, at Alpaga Charlevoix. An on-site boutique, and visits of the alpacas are available here....

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Les jardins du centre (33 KM)

The Jardins du Centre has been cultivating around 30 hectares of land in an eco-friendly fashion for over 100 years. Situated at Les Éboulements, on a plateau bordering the St-Lawrence, multiple activities are bound to please everyone. On site, you are able to: have a picnic, taste the famous...

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Cidrerie et Verger Pedneault (40 KM)

What started out as a 300 apple tree orchard in the early 1900s, Cidrerie et Verger Pedneault – a cider producer – is now home to over a thousand apple trees, sweet cherries, pears, and plums. The orchard is found on Isle-aux-Coudres. You may take a stroll through the orchard by car, bus, foot,...

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La maison d'affinage Maurice Duffour (42 KM)

Open year-round, and on weekends, La Maison d'Affinage Maurice Dufour – a cheese producer – is located on the 138, at the Baie Ste-Paul exit in direction of La Malbaie. For amateurs of refined cheeses, it is a mandatory stop that does not require a detour. On-site, you may savour cheeses, go for...

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Emeu Charlevoix (43 KM)

The emu is the family of ratites – walking birds – originating from Australia, that can run up to 70 km/hour. It is the second largest bird after the ostrich. The Centre Emeu Charlevoix allows you to familiarize yourself with this bird that is not well known in Québec, and introduce you to all...

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Ferme basque de Charlevoix (44 KM)

In the heart of Saint-Urbain village, at the entrance of the Grands Jardins National Park, the Ferme Basque de Charlevoix imposes itself as a prime agritourism halt. The farm offers you quality products derived from duck, raised and gavaged in an artisanal fashion on premise. Products include:...

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Laiterie Charlevoix - Ecomusée du fromage (50 KM)

The Laiterie Charlevoix, a dairy farm, also known as the ecomuseum of cheese, inspires itself from the foundations of sustainable development (methanisation as a source of energy), to offer you quality cheeses while minimizing ecological impacts. 7 cheeses are made on-site: L'Origine de...

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Microbrasserie Charlevoix (50 KM)

Microbreweries in Québec have been booming in recent years. In 1998, the Microbrasserie Charlevoix was one of the first to see success. Today, its beers are sold around the world, and receive many awards at tastings. A detour at the brewery's restaurant Saint-Paul, in Baie-Ste-Paul's town centre...

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Chocolaterie les Éboulements (25 KM)

Inside a building dating back to 1891, is the chocolate factory, Chocolaterie les Éboulements. With over 60 varieties of chocolates, a tasting is sure to please all. The chocolate factory also offers demonstrations, sales service, a pottery boutique, a picnic area, and a historic forge. The...

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Moulins de l'Isle aux Coudres (35 KM)

Over 500 000 people have visited the Moulins de l'Isle aux Coudres since 1982 – an old-fashioned mill – an exceptional, unique site in America. Member of the ecomuseum network since 1996, the Moulins de l'Isle aux Coudres site is in an excellent conservation state and values education as well as...

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Volière de Baie-Saint-Paul (54 KM)

The Volière Baie Saint-Paul is first and foremost a family-run farm, raising: rabbits, guinea hens, quails, and pheasants on a magnificent site with a view of the river. A transformation workshop allows the delicatessen and delights production on-site. In the summer months, you may observe over...

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Omerto, le domaine de la vallée du Bras (58 KM)

Introducing Omerto, the first tomato-based aperitif wine in the world. An old family recipe made up in Belgium, and kept secret for four generations, Omerto is now a product in Charlevoix, Québec. Tasting the two aperitif wines, either the Omerto Sec, or the Omerto Moelleux, is well worth the...

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