Directory of attractions - Chambly
Activities  >  Directory of attractions  >  Montérégie  >  Chambly
Directory of attractions - Chambly
Region:
Municipality:
Category:
Search results (1-10  of  19  )
View results by 
Sort by
Les Épices de Marie Michèle
For over 20 years, Marie Michele has created spice blends with the goal of providing the most delicious experience possible. The blends are unique, bursting with flavour and easy to use at a moment's notice for your average weekday meals as well as more ...
 
Ferme Guyon
La Ferme Guyon is a place of awareness, of learning and discoveries allowing visitors to find a huge range of horticultural and agri-food products made on the premises or by local producers. A visit at Ferme Guyon will provide a better understanding of ...
 
Centre nautique Gervais-Désourdy
Located alongside the Richelieu River, just 20 minutes from Montréal, the Centre nautique Gervais-Désourdy (run by the city of Chambly) provides unforgettable moments for visitors on the Chambly basin. Enjoy the exceptional beauty of this site where many ...
 
Bateau le Chambly 1
Located on the Richelieu River, just a 20-minute drive from the city of Montréal, the Chambly I is a cruise ship that is run and managed by the city of Chambly. It offers its passengers unforgettable moments on the water. Just climb aboard and relax for ...
 
Fort Chambly National Historic Site
Roughly 30 kilometres southeast of Montreal, Fort Chambly rises proudly at the foot of the Richelieu Rapids. At your arrival, be sure to take in the full expanse of this picturesque site, as it is both magnificent and strategic. From its original wooden ...
 
Académie Paramoteur
Académie Paramoteur, in Chambly, offers an original activity to discover the Montérégie region - up in the air! This company is known as a top school for anyone wanting to master the paramotor and fly on their own. Participants can take a 20-minute intro ...
 
Restaurant Fourquet Fourchette
The "fourquet" (known as mashing rake in English) is an instrument traditionally used by brewers to process water and malted grains in the mash tun in order to convert the starch into fermentable sugars to produce a fluid mass called wort.
 
Chambly Canal National Historic Site
Just 20 km (12 mi.) from Montréal, this national historic site is an oasis for cycling and outdoor enthusiasts. Observe the locks and bridges providing passage to boaters, and in August, admire the hot-air balloons darting between the clouds. It's simply ...
 
Quebec Waterways
Discover Park Canada’s historic canals in Quebec by boat, on foot or bike. Much more than waterways, they are also accessible urban parks that will surprise you with their rich history. Lachine Canal: located at the heart of Montréal, this canal will ...
 
St. Stephen's Anglican Church
2000, avenue Bourgogne
Chambly, Qc, Canada
J3L 1Z4