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The romantic

Montmagny and the islands

Idyllic escapade

Reconnect with the essential and offer yourself a romantic escapade in nature. What a pleasure it is to stay late in bed, huddled together under the blankets!

This itinerary leads you in a little paradise hidden in a mountain valley, where nature offers quite a poetic evasion. Esker Nature is all you need for such an idyllic escapade!

Day 1

Go toward Montmagny and make a stop to grab some local treats. Start by grabbing a coffee downtown at the Boulangerie-Pâtisserie l’Épi d’Or where Yann Texier, the Breton artisan baker, will introduce you to many fine specialties from his home country, like the Kouing Amann.

For the art and literature enthusiasts, the Bibliothèque de Montmagny is a cultural site that is a must see! The contemporary architecture has been integrated to preserve the historical character of the building which once was a presbytery. And what about the amazing exhibition hall where wood and stone meets in a fashionably manner.

The Boutique du Charcutier is another address to add to your shortlist where you’ll may buy some home-made terrines based on local products like geese, sea buckthorn and so forth, without forgetting the delicious fine cheeses of the Fromagerie de l'Isle .

Now, let’s hit the road down south to Saint-Paul-de-Montminy to go relax at Esker Nature . Nested on the lakeside in a quiet and intimate place, the rustic cottages offers all the commodities for a comfy journey. Main bedrooms are equipped with a king-sized bed, open-area section on the first floors, gas fired fireplace and a balcony which offers an amazing view of the lake and nature.


Day 2

On this site, it’s impossible to get bored! Esker Nature offers his guests a 30 km snowshoe’s trail, an 8 km cross-country ski trail, a 4 km hiking trail for those who wants to go through the woods, without mentioning some space to try ski hok. Furthermore, a spa and a massage treatments center are also available.

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