Activities

Several outdoor activities and experiences are easily accessible from Auberge le 112. You can enjoy hiking, climbing, biking, kayaking and taste local produce. The Kamouraska region has so much to offer the explorer!

A unique hiking trail criss-crosses reclaimed marshland for several kilometres along the St. Lawrence river and provides unparallelled birdwatching opportunities.

Follow the trail to the old quay and its famous little lighthouse or to a peninsula cove where you can enjoy the river view and breathtaking sunsets. Other trails will lead you to mountain summits and spectacular views of the region.

Back in the village, you will see several heritage houses that surround the oldest church in the Lower St. Lawrence area. Also it is a must to visit the Maison culturelle Armand Vaillancourt or meet local artisans at Galerie-Boutique de la Maison Verte, ATELIER V CUIR and Madame KeeVanne.

A panoramic biking trail along the route des Navigateurs (road 132) allows you to explore about 35 km of this part of the Lower St. Lawrence area, from Notre-Dame-du-Portage to Kamouraska village via Saint-André.

Also, a few short kilometres from the Auberge, you can try out climbing and sea kayaking with SEBKA, take the kids to a local farm, play golf. To taste local products, go to Jardin des Pèlerins, Maison de la Prune, Jardins de la mer and enjoy the exceptional artisanal brewery Tête d’Allumette!

You’ll find plenty to do and make lasting memories!

Near Auberge le 112 and in the region

OUTDOOR
A great variety of outdoor activities on the coast of the St. Lawrence, the flats or in the mountains: hiking trails, rock climbing, kayaking. Discover exceptional climbing walls in Canada and explore the Kamouraska Archipelago by sea kayak!
Offers different outdoor activities safe and for the whole family! Specialized in canoe or kayak excursions on the Rivière du Loup and in mountain bike, cross-country.
By taking the Route des Navigateurs (route 132) with your bicycle, you will be able to discover an exceptional portion of the St. Lawrence Valley over more than 35 km. From Notre-Dame-du-Portage village of Kamouraska, let yourself be transported by marine landscapes.
Facing the village of Saint-André de Kamouraska, the archipelago Les Pèlerins includes five islands. It is possible to visit them and observe the birds thanks to Duvenor excursions.
Housing the oldest lighthouse in the Bas-Saint-Laurent and stretching over 13 km, the bicycle is the ultimate transportation for exploring Île-Verte. To get there: Société Inter-Rives.
Parc du Bic is located in the maritime estuary of the St. Lawrence. Its capes, bays, coves, islands and mountains have always made it its pride. Several trails to explore on foot or by bicycle and bicycle rental is available on site.
A happy marriage of water and forest, an essential stage in the Acadia of lands and forests. Hiking, biking, canoeing, allow visitors to discover a vast territory, in the heart of unspoiled nature.
CENTRE D'ART DE KAMOURASKA ET LE COLLECTIF LES INCOMPLÈTES, 2019. PHOTO ANTHONY FRANCOEUR-VALLIÈRE
CULTURE, HISTORY AND HERITAGE
A grandiose outdoor show, nestled in an exceptional site, bordering the St. Lawrence and the mountains of Kamouraska. To discover accomplished artists and acrobats and live an extraordinary experience!
One week, more than 70 artists from Quebec paint the splendid landscapes of the Kamouraska region and share their passion with visitors.
The Kamouraska Art Center's mission is to disseminate and promote contemporary practices in the visual arts and crafts. It uses innovative initiation, education and mediation approaches to raise public awareness of artistic creation.
The mission of this museum is to conserve, enhance and disseminate the rich heritage of the region thanks to a collection of over 10,000 objects and major photographic funds.
This museum presents permanent and temporary exhibitions with cultural mediation activities. It promotes the dissemination of knowledge and practices related to agriculture and food.
The musical camp offers a wide range of activities: professional development, summer festival, open-air public concerts, symphony orchestra camp, etc.
Unique in the east of the province, a dome offering a 360 ° projection to discover the territory of Kamouraska from a new angle.
LOCAL PRODUCTS
Farm stand offering fresh seasonal products and processed products including the famous Sel du Pèlerin. Organic products certified Québec Vrai.
Boutique with a wide range of hand-picked products on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, workshops on initiation to harvesting, edible plants and ecosystems.
The Tête d'allumette microbrewery stands out for the production of unique beers brewed over a wood fire. You are welcomed on a breathtaking site with a view of the river and the fields!
Guided hike, introduction to mushroom cultivation, conferences, tastings.
PLACES TO EAT
A gourmet experience with local flavorsa and creative market cuisine in the rhythm of the seasons. Offered in a warm and authentic atmosphere.
Located in the heart of the village of Notre-Dame du Portage, the restaurant offers fine cuisine promoting fresh Bas-Saint-Laurent products.
In addition to vineyard products, you can savor other regional products at the bistro and even buy these products in the store for a taste experience at home!
In the village of Saint-André, a new kind of convenience store with a coffee lunch offer, local products and craft beers. We also serve you organic and fair trade coffee!

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