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Vaudreuil-Soulanges, where all tastes are in nature

Between Montreal and Ontario, discover the perfect four-season destination for a road trip! Whether you're the type to climb trees, savor local fruits, explore historic relics or chase cultural events, you'll find the perfect activity to satisfy your getaway cravings. Enjoying a privileged accessibility and location in the Montérégie, on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, the Ottawa River, and lakes Saint-Louis, Saint-François and Deux-Montagnes, Vaudreuil-Soulanges will charm you and make you want to come back again and again.

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Christian Gonzalez

The Urban Centre

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The Urban Centre of Vaudreuil-Soulanges is a sector in constant development and is carving out a place for itself among the important economic poles of the Montérégie. At the heart of this urban center, we find the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion, with its rhythm of life animated by numerous activities and an impressive program of cultural events and festivals throughout the year.
The municipality of Saint-Lazare, on the other hand, seduces visitors with its country atmosphere, its stables and its forest landscapes, while in Hudson, everyone is charmed by the historical and picturesque character of its village and its renowned culinary scene.

Tourisme Montérégie / Prêts pour la route


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The gateway to Quebec via Highway 401 from Ontario, this area follows the St. Lawrence River to the Ottawa River. Its history is marked by its strategic geographic position and the Soulanges Canal, which was the first canal built in North America. Crossed by a bicycle path of more than 35 km, the last section of the route verte number 5 before crossing the Ontario border, this sector is, without a doubt, an ideal destination to discover by bicycle.
Discover the flavours of the region by visiting vineyards, farms, maple groves and other agri-tourism treasures, in addition to the charming cafés and bistros along the way. In the summer, the Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site will transport you into the impressive history of the site, while the Saint-Zotique beach and the two mouths of the canal come alive and become festive places to enjoy the beautiful season.

L’Île Perrot

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Just across the western tip of the island of Montreal is an island that will charm you with its rural and urban landscapes. Comprising four municipalities, Île Perrot is the perfect place to reconnect with nature, 30 minutes from downtown Montreal.
Come and pick your own produce from the farms and orchards, paddle on Lake Saint-Louis and admire the view of Mount Royal, take a river shuttle or a cruise, hike the trails in the forest, or discover over 350 years of history at the Parc historique de la Pointe-du-Moulin. Golf enthusiasts will be charmed by Golf Atlantide and its magnificent views of the lake, and epicureans will also find their fill with several restaurants and a local microbrewery.

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Olivier Langevin

The Mountain

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The Mountain sector is distinguished mainly by its mountain, a true nature playground for residents and visitors. We love it for its hiking trails, its rich and unique fauna and flora, the many species of birds that can be observed, its slopes perfect for skiing in winter and mountain biking in summer, its hebertism and zip line courses and its splendid views of the region. The mountain is also home to a sanctuary visited by thousands of pilgrims each year.
On the border of Quebec and Ontario, the municipalities of this sector welcome you in a peaceful and rural atmosphere. Agricultural producers, chocolate makers and bakers, local businesses, restaurants, bistros, cafés and maple groves, including the famous Sucrerie de la Montagne, offering the traditional sugar bush experience year round, are among the discoveries that await you during a visit to this area.

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The Plains

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The Plains area offers you the countryside 70 kilometers from downtown Montreal. This peaceful haven has several equestrian centers, hiking and biking trails, a microbrewery (the first farm-brewery of its kind in North America!), country tables, numerous maple groves and an alpaca farm.
The coveted Auberge des Gallant welcomes visitors looking for a moment of rest that combines fine dining and a luxurious stay in nature. There are also several campgrounds, including Le Sablon campground, with its beach, Sheriffville theme park and a wide range of activities that make it the summer meeting place for many families.