Urban destinations

Discover our vibrant city centres
Firmly rooted in modern times, our small-city destinations are rich in history but with a forward-looking view of life. Enjoy a relaxed pace that lets you experience the local culture at its best. Concerts and shows, art galleries and museums, architecture from yesterday and today, heritage circuits and public art… our smaller cities are as inspiring as they are welcoming. Stay the night to explore the beautiful surrounding areas and enjoy the numerous activities in agritourism, culture and sports.

Vieux-Terrebonne

Set along the Mille Îles River, Vieux-Terrebonne is one of the richest heritage sites in Quebec. Don’t miss a visit to Île-des-Moulins to discover the beautiful seigneury buildings from yesteryear. Whether skating on the lock, dining in a quaint bistro or taking in a show at the theatre, you’ll love its historic charm and rich culture.
Vieux-Terrebonne

L'Assomption

It’s easy to fall under the charm of L’Assomption’s Quartier des Arts, with its relaxed urban atmosphere. You’ll love discovering the original and refined shops on foot and warming up at a lively café along the way. Top off your evening by attending one of the many shows taking place year-round.
L'Assomption

Repentigny

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. Families have loads of fun at Parc de l’Île-Lebel, at the Feu et Glace festival or snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
Repentigny

Joliette

Downtown Joliette is a real hub of activity, where culture plays an important role… even on your plate! Enjoy a shopping spree in Place Bourget before hitting the ice on the 9-km river skateway—the longest in Quebec. Wait until you see the Christmas market!
Joliette

Urban destinations