The destination of Nicolet-Yamaska
in the Centre-du-Québec region is found alongside Lake Saint-Pierre, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Famous among ornithologists, its flood plain is the first migratory stop for snow geese on the St. Lawrence River. The region’s unique museums, heritage buildings and art boutiques also make it a true source of cultural discoveries. Festive, Nicolet-Yamaska
offers visitors unique events and refreshing summer theatre. Cycling enthusiasts can explore 400 kilometres (nearly 250 miles) of circuits down country roads, including close to 70 kilometres (45 miles) on the Route verte. Make the most of your stay by discovering local savours with regional producers. Add in accommodation sites and quality restaurants, and you’ll have everything you need for a diversified vacation and memorable times.