Nourish your creative soul in the Laurentians and discover the local arts and heritage! While the region’s natural charm is hard to resist in the summer, the rich culture will take your stay to another level. Come and hang out in the streets of picturesque villages throughout the territory, or stop by that attractive art gallery showcasing the work of local artists. At museums, you’re invited to admire the most inspiring of eccentric creations in both permanent and temporary exhibitions. Also, make the most of your visit to dive into the fascinating history of the Laurentians, by exploring its heritage sites and heritage homes that reflect times of yore. In the Laurentians, culture is an inexhaustible source of inspiration. You might be surprised by all there is to offer!Continue Reading
It’s such a joy to discover a region through its artists and its history. Several sites in the Laurentians reflect this juxtaposition of past and present. Come and soak up our rich, lively heritage, and let the creativity of our artists and artisans carry you away. No matter the time of year, there are plenty offestivals and events happening in the Laurentians. Music, dance, and theatre lovers can groove to the beat of the region’s many festivals and experience the creativity of local and visiting artists.Continue Reading
People often think they know everything about the Laurentides region. Its Parc national d’Oka to the south, its Lac des Deux Montagnes, the Saint-Sauveur and Mont-Tremblant ski resorts, and the cities of Saint-Jérôme and Mirabel. But if you get off the main roads, you quickly realize that the Laurentides region abounds with all sorts of charming places and fascinating people.Continue Reading
In the Laurentians, explore the treasures and revelations of the Chemin du Terroir. The route’s 29 businesses will open the door to a world filled with culinary delicacies, sweet treats, culture, history, parks, gardens and animals. These artisans share their passions as they invite you to discover and rediscover their products.
The Chemin du Terroir is a 226-kilometre trail marked with blue signs that winds its way through rural areas in the Lower Laurentians and Argenteuil. On this trail, we suggest a route to explore throughout the four seasons on trips lasting a day or longer. Why not prolong your getaway and take the opportunity to stay in the region’s inns, hotels and resorts?