Though still associated with the huge landslide that followed the violent 1663 earthquake, the municipality of Les Éboulements is yet part of the Most Beautiful Villages of Quebec Association. With an exceptional view on the St. Lawrence River and Isle-aux-Coudres, this village is an inspiration source for many artists. The hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing enthusiasts will be enchanted by the Le Paysan and Louis-Charles Audet trails.
The Gallerie d'art Le Patrimoine, chez Jacques Labrecque shows the work of the artist painter Michelle Duquette. Not very far from there, the Moulin banal sits above a 30-meter-high fall and still possesses its original aspect and mechanisms. With the seigniorial manor located right next to it, it represents one of the last seigniorial ensembles of Quebec. End your tour of the municipality at the Forge du Village. Inside this old 1891 building, you will find home-made tools and a gift shop, art metal work, pottery, handicraft and jewels.
Whether your are travelling for work or for fun, you won’t have any problem to find a hotel, motel or inn that will fit your needs.