Search on the internet
Logo Quebecweb
Home     Site Map         Français

Recherche sur internet   

Portail du Québec
The Portal of Quebec
québecweb portail du québec référencement
Tourist Guide of Quebec

Welcome in La Beauce, a land of pioneers! This region reveals its beautiful built heritage, its numerous nature parks, as well as its maple groves. Come enjoy the outdoors during a hike in the mountains or a cross-country ski ride.

Visit La Beauce

Find a hotel, an inn or a bed & breakfast in the La Beauce region



Between Beauceville and Saint-Georges de Beauce, Notre-Dame-des-Pins is the best stay in a country spot in Beauce.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:

  • Camping la détente

Saint-Joseph de Beauce

In the heart of the Beauce, the village of Saint-Joseph de Beauce is the fourth bigger city of this sub-region.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:



Between Sainte-Marie and Saint-Joseph, the Vallée-Jonction village is reknowned for its train industry.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:

Sainte-Marie de Beauce

Sainte-Marie de Beauce is the entry point of Beauce, via 73 highway from Quebec. It's an industrial city and homes the "Petits Gâteaux Vachon" Museum. It's also one of the oldest cities of the Beauce and the homestead of the Taschereau family, which has provided Québec with many of its most notable citizens, including Elzéar-Alexandre Taschereau, Canada's first bishop, and Louis-Alexandre Taschereau, premier of Quebec from 1920 to 1936. As you enter the city, the Sainte-Anne chapel (1892) and the impressive estate of Seignior Taschereau (1809) are worth the detour. Also be sure to visit Sainte-Marie church (1856) in the heart of town, designed byfamous architect Charles Baillargé.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:


Beauceville is one of the main cities of the Beauce Area, via 73 highway from Quebec.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:

  • B&B Gîte Chez-Toit
  • Parc des Rapides du diable
  • Île Ronde (située au centre de la rivière Chaudiere centre ville de Beauceville)
quebecweb > tourist guide > chaudière-Appalaches > cities > beauce 

Portail du Québec et référencement

AccommodationActivitiesCultural EventsServices we offer at Global InternetTo contact us by mail

Réalisé et produit par Global Internet

© Copyright 2004 Global Internet.

Web conception by Global Internet