This municipality, at the confluence of the Sainte-Anne and St. Lawrence River, is best known touristically for winter fishing. World Capital of tomcod, it welcome each year, winter like summer, thousands of visitors.
Superb summer destination, it offers passers several tourist and cultural attractions such as the church and its crypt, as well as the legendary Domaine seigneurial Sainte-Anne (in french only) where you can stop for a visit or a picnic .
Tasting enthusiasts of local Quebec products, you will be seduced by the richness of local flavors. During a visit of the region's farms and kiosks, you will have the chance to taste alcohol, berries, cheese and hot fresh bread, among others.
Rich of its green spaces, take time to pause to admire the rural landscape at the rest stop or at the Bridge park facing the Sainte-Anne River. Both will offer you a beautiful haven.
Scenic cycling routes to discover from Salaberry-de-Valleyfield to Rimouski including Montreal and Quebec City, with a luggage handling, bike rental and personalized itinerary services. More information