Taste the townships

A Most Flavourful Stay in the Vallée de la Coaticook

9 stops

2 days


For the Fromagerie Le Broussailles cheese factory’s Tomme des Broussailles, the Cidrerie Compton’s honeyberry cider, The Miel Pur Délice’s raspberry honey, The Marché Beaulieu, for the fresh bread, and for so many more delightful treats, head out on this gourmet circuit in the Vallée de la Coaticook.

  • Day 1
  • Day 2

Savour the Fromagerie Les Broussailles Products

Organic cheeses made with raw goat’s milk, like the Tomme des Broussailles, or one made with sheep’s milk, like the Cru Berger, is what you’ll be savouring when you visit this Martinville cheese factory.

Meet the Artisans of La Cidrerie Compton

The Cidrerie Compton is a family business producing organic ciders with no added sugar or preservatives. Whether it’s barrel aged, hopped, honeyberry, cherry or saskatoon berry, our ciders go well with a fine variety of dishes. To absolutely try!

Fall under the Charm of the Compton Evening Market

It’s Thursday, as the end of the day approaches are you starting to feel hungry? Head to Lions’ Park in Compton where about thirty local producers gather every Thursday from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. to offer you loads of deliciously fresh products.

Experience the enchantment of Foresta Lumina

Enjoy this evening walk across the illuminated and animated pathway taking you through the forest of Foresta Lumina in the Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook. You’ll feel as if you’ve entered an imaginary, magical world thanks to the special multimedia effects provided by Moment Factory!

Enjoy Hiking in the Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook

There is, of course, the Sentier de la Gorge Trail which leads to the famous suspended footbridge (the longest in North America); but there’s also the Promenade Trail which follows the river and ends at Margaret’s Farm, the Mountain Trail which passes by two observation towers, the Tillotson Trail which will take you on an 8 km forest loop …

Savour Miel Pur Délice Honey

Learn more about the world of beekeeping thanks to the bee interpretation centre. Try your hand at beekeeping for a moment and more importantly stop by the boutique which is packed with different jars of honey and other special treats.

Rent an Electric bicycle from Vélotric

Would you like to discover the region in a different way without making too much of an effort? Head to Vélotric and get on an electric bicycle for a few hours. You could even ride part of this route on this bike, which has a range of about 70 km.

Fill Up on Local Products at Marché Beaulieu

As soon as you walk in, you’ll be delighted by the smell of freshly baked bread and pastries. Then your eyes will be dazzled by all the rich colours from the fruit and vegetable stalls. And finally, the tourtières, quiches, meat pies, lasagna and other ready-to-eat delicacies will make your mouth water.

Establish Your Basecamp…

At Camping du Parc de la Gorge

182 campsites with or without services set along the Coaticook River. Two shelters, located in a wooded sector and a few ready-to-camp tents able to welcome up to four campers … these are the accommodations provided by Parc de la Gorge provides.

At Auberge du Changement d’Ère

Set inside a wooded area, you’ll find two very unique Ultra-yurts. Conceived by the two artists-architects who founded the site, these eco-futuristic accommodations can be found near many major Coaticook attractions.


Taste the Townships
Arts, culture and entertainment
Nature, sports and outdoor activities
Tourist routes
Family outing
Spa and wellness
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