Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent

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12, rue Leblond, Saint-Jean-de-Dieu, Québec G0L 3M0


A rural municipality of the Basques where agriculture occupies a large place, Saint-Jean-de-Dieu presents bucolic landscapes and invites visitors to wander the rows to enjoy the great outdoors.

At the At the entrance to the village, observe a castle made from 27,927 aluminum cans. Inside the castle, tourist information kiosk and sale of craft products; entry is free.

Next to it are frescoes measuring 8 meters by 24 meters. Accommodation and catering services are well established here. The campsite offers free Internet connection to campers.

In addition, check the website so as not to miss events for the whole family, including La Grande Virée.