It’s easy to fall under the charm of L’Assomption’s downtown, with its relaxed urban atmosphere. You’ll love discovering the original and refined shops on foot and stopping in for a drink at one of the lively terraces.
Terrebonne and Mascouche most certainly have one of the richest heritage in Quebec. In Old Terrebonne, you can't miss Île-des-Moulins and its buildings worthy of the most beautiful seigneuries of another century. It is also the place to enjoy the terraces in a slightly European atmosphere.
Located on the banks of the St. Lawrence and L’Assomption rivers, Repentigny is a vibrant city with traces of the past and a modern outlook. Close to Montreal, it offers an art centre and so much to do. Families have loads of fun at Parc de l’Île-Lebel.