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Domaine Charlevoix - Baie-Saint-Paul - Les Éboulements

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Le Massif Ski Center

Baie-Saint-Paul, Québec

Quaint cultural center of Charlevoix.


Domaine Charlevoix – Nestled along the northern shores of the Saint Lawrence River, Charlevoix, Québec is known for its distinct seasonal changes and its vibrant cultural scene. When summer arrives, this enchanting region truly comes alive with a myriad of events and festivals that reflect the region’s charm, art, and heritage. Tucked away in the heart of Charlevoix, and perched 410 meters above sea level and the St. Lawrence River, this little gem known as Domaine Charlevoix immerses you in nature with breathtaking views and a multitude of activities right at your doorstep. 

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Come explore our vast trails tailored for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, not to mention everything the region has to offer, from great festivals, wonderful parks and sites to superb food to please all palates.



The quaint village of Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Québec is known for its distinct seasonal changes and natural beauty. Whether it’s the vibrant summer months or the snowy winters, this enchanting region comes alive with a myriad of outdoor activities that showcase the area’s charm and heritage. Properties located in and around Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, are within close proximity to Le Massif ski resort, one of eastern Canada’s most spectacular ski resorts. The mountain and various peaks will immerse you into nature with breathtaking views and a multitude of activities right at your doorstep. 

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Set amidst the stunning landscape of Charlevoix, Petite-Rivière-Saint-François offers access to an array of outdoor adventures, including skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing during the winter months, and hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking during the warmer seasons. Come explore our vast trails tailored for outdoor enthusiasts of all levels and discover the charm and beauty of Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, where adventure awaits throughout the year.


Baie-Saint-Paul is a picturesque town nestled in the Charlevoix region of Quebec, Canada. Known for its stunning landscapes, artistic community, and rich cultural heritage, Baie-Saint-Paul is a vibrant and culturally rich destination that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, artistic inspiration, and outdoor adventure. It’s a popular destination for tourists seeking both natural beauty and artistic inspiration.

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Historic Charm: Baie-Saint-Paul’s charming downtown area is characterized by its colorful buildings, quaint shops, and cozy cafes. Visitors can stroll along the picturesque streets, explore local boutiques, and sample traditional Quebecois cuisine at the town’s restaurants.

Natural Beauty: The town is surrounded by breathtaking natural scenery, including rolling hills, forests, and the majestic Saint Lawrence River. The Charlevoix region is renowned for its striking landscapes, which have inspired many artists over the years.

Artistic Heritage: Baie-Saint-Paul has a long-standing artistic tradition and is often referred to as the birthplace of the Quebecois artistic renaissance. In the early 20th century, it attracted famous Canadian artists such as Clarence Gagnon and Marc-Aurèle Fortin, who were drawn to its beauty and tranquility. Today, the town continues to be a hub for artists, with numerous galleries, studios, and exhibitions showcasing local talent.

Cultural Events: Throughout the year, Baie-Saint-Paul hosts various cultural events and festivals that celebrate its artistic heritage. The most famous of these is the International Symposium of Contemporary Art, which brings together artists from around the world to create and exhibit their work.

Outdoor Activities: The surrounding area offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, including hiking, skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, and whale watching. Nearby attractions include the Parc National des Grands-Jardins and the Parc National des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie, which are popular destinations for nature lovers.


Les Éboulements is a small municipality located not far from Baie-Saint-Paul, which offers visitors a peaceful retreat amidst stunning natural scenery, with opportunities for outdoor adventure, cultural exploration, and culinary delights.  It has a rich cultural heritage, with a history dating back to the 17th century. The town is home to several tourist attractions and points of interest. These include the scenic Route des Saveurs (Flavor Trail), which winds through the countryside and showcases the region’s agricultural bounty, as well as the Maritime Museum of Charlevoix, which highlights the area’s maritime history.

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Like much of the Charlevoix region, Les Éboulements is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty. The area features rolling hills, forests, and expansive views of the Saint Lawrence River.

In addition to its natural beauty and cultural heritage, the town is home to several historic sites and landmarks, including the picturesque church of Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive, which dates back to the 19th century. The area’s cultural heritage is celebrated through various events and festivals throughout the year.

Agriculture is an important part of the economy in Les Éboulements, with many local farms producing a variety of products including fruits, vegetables, dairy, and maple syrup. Visitors can sample and purchase these locally sourced goods at farm stands, markets, and artisanal shops in the area.

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