Rain or shine, a day in the Memphremagog region will dazzle you!
Magog-Orford is one of the largest tourist regions in the Eastern Townships (Estrie). From here, enjoy a view of Lake Memphrémagog that stretches over more than 40 km and of the mountains that make up the Parc national du Mont-Orford and Mont Orford.
Take the Chemin des Pères tourist route... unforgetable moments.
The Border region is located on the Quebec-Vermont border. You'll discover a built heritage influenced by American colonization.
Today, Stanstead's downtown core is being restored while highlighting the architecture of yesterday.
The Massawippi Valley is a region bordered by Lake Massawippi. Attracted by the location's beauty, wealthy Americain families came and built magnificent villas during the 19th century.
Today, some of these have been converted into beautiful inns that inspire resort living.
The Missisquoi Valley is a peaceful haven. Next to the small village of Austin is the Saint-Benoît-du-Lac Abbey, a site that inspires renewal. Heading south, Owl's Head moutain overlooks Lake Memphrémagog.
The Memphrémagog region is a highly sought-after destination for business travel.
It offers a unique and excellent location for conventions, meetings and team-bulding activities.
Meet the artists sculptors at work, Mrs. Amélie Pomerleau and Mr. Michel Bornais, Saturday, October 15 and Sunday, October 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Granit Central, located at 14 Notre-Dame Boulevard in Stanstead. On Saturday, starting at 5 p.m., you can meet the artists for their opening. Thus, the works will be exposed until October 23. Door prizes will be presented at the symposium. [...]
September 17, 18, 24, 25, and October 1, 2, 8, 9 and 10, 2016 The Flambée des couleurs Magog Orford is the annual event marking the beginning of autumn in the region. During four weekends, the region offers visitors a colorful programming! Whether you are the hiking type terrace, artist or nature lover, Magog Orford area will certainly entice you. Discover its attractions. [...]