The church, located in the center of the village, is of gothic style, inspired by European churches of the 12th century. It has a three-ship nave, a rear stand and a front stand.
2, rue de l'Hôpital
Les Escoumins-Essipit QC G0T 1K0
The Pointe-à-la-Croix site
From this little rocky ridge, the night scenery is wonderful! A unique view of the village and of the coast, both reflected in the bay. The site includes interpretation panels, lunch tables and a parking area.
An interesting mural depicting the passage of fresh water to salt water in the St. Lawrence Estuary, by the artist Claudet J. Savard. It can be admired on Route 138, in a tunnel sheltered from bad weather.
The park offers several reception facilities such as picnic tables, benches and public toilets. A playground is set up at the entrance of the park for the enjoyment of the youngest. It is the ideal place to enjoy the great outdoors in a superb landscape
The Essipit innus comunity offers tourists multiple services and outdoor activities through its four outfitters north of Escoumins. Whale cruises, cabins and condos overlooking the river are among the vast possibilities offered by the Essipit community.
For more than 75 years, the estate has been recognized as one of the most prestigious outfitters in Quebec. Located 20 km north of the village, it is composed of more than 40 wild brook trout lakes. This territory is also exceptional for bear and moose hunting.
The Distillerie Mitis specializes in the production of fine spirits. Located on the banks of the Mitis River, its water is used to make products and brings the desired characteristics for the fermentation of our high-quality product!
The Mont-Joli tourist rest area invites you to take a break before taking Route 132, which will take you to the Gaspé Peninsula to the south or north side. On site, you will find the Maison du Tourisme and various shops and services that will allow you to recharge your batteries.
1020, boul.Jacques - Cartier
Mont-Joli QC G5H 0B1
Closed in low season
The Eldoma Rozon Promenade connects the Maniwaki Galleries and the Logue Castle H & C Complex. & Nbsp. Bordered by lampposts, hanging baskets of flowers, boxes of flowers constantly maintained by the employees of Maniwaki.
Both a gallery and a cybercafe. Café culture is located at the entrance of the Cultural Center. The Café offers a bistro menu with specialty coffees, exhibitions, music, board games, books, Wi-Fi access and a public computer.
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The geo-adventure is a fun activity done on an electric scooter with an attached iPad. Similar to a treasure hunt, you must find points of interest and solve small quizzes, while discovering the region's history.