Directory of attractions - Frelighsburg
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Les Sucreries de l'Érable

Located in the heart of Frelighsburg named as one of the most beautiful villages in Québec, Les Sucreries de l’Érable is part of the network of « Cafés de village » in the Eastern Townships. In the surroundings ...
Category: Sugar Shack     
Region: FrelighsburgEastern Townships     
Located in the heart of Frelighsburg named as one of the most beautiful villages in Québec, Les Sucreries de l’Érable is part of the network of « Cafés de village » in the Eastern Townships. In the surroundings ...
 
La Girondine

104 A, route 237 Sud
Frelighsburg, Qc, Canada
J0J 1C0
Category: Agritourism/Guest Farm     
Region: FrelighsburgEastern Townships     
104 A, route 237 Sud
Frelighsburg, Qc, Canada
J0J 1C0
 
Domaine Pinnacle

Domaine Pinnacle is a leading ice cider and spirits producer whose product quality is world renowned. Located on a beautiful ancestral property near the historic village of Frelighsburg in the Eastern ...
Category: Orchard or Cider Mill     
Region: FrelighsburgEastern Townships     
Domaine Pinnacle is a leading ice cider and spirits producer whose product quality is world renowned. Located on a beautiful ancestral property near the historic village of Frelighsburg in the Eastern ...
 
Village de Frelighsburg


Frelighsburg, Qc, Canada
J0J 1C0
Category: Tourism Village     
Region: FrelighsburgEastern Townships     

Frelighsburg, Qc, Canada
J0J 1C0
 
Clos Saragnat

The orchard and now vineyard occupy an area 35 hectares at an altitude of 220 meters on the south flank of Mount Pinacle. The land itself had been left to its own demise over a period of many years; allowing ...
Category: Vineyard     
Region: FrelighsburgEastern Townships     
The orchard and now vineyard occupy an area 35 hectares at an altitude of 220 meters on the south flank of Mount Pinacle. The land itself had been left to its own demise over a period of many years; allowing ...
 
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