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Along the Summit Drive, at 500 metres in altitude, Saint-Sébastien, founded in 1855 by farmers from the Beauce, is a charming little municipality. An agricultural region, it extends across a long plateau, bordered to the southeast by Mount Saint-Sébastien, a breathtaking view of which can be seen at the southern end of the village. This is the provincial and national granite capital, as evidenced by the neoclassical church built in 1889 and the presence of its industries well integrated into the landscape. Surrounded by scenic roads, Saint-Sébastien is well worth a stop to fully enjoy the view.