North of the St. Lawrence River, halfway between Quebec City and Montreal, the Mauricie area abounds in fabulous landscapes and a high-quality tourism offer. Take advantage of your stay to discover its unique heritage and history, which evokes the industrialization of Quebec.
Shawinigan's Cité de l'énergie, Boréalis, Quebec's paper industry in Trois-Rivières and the Sanctuaire Notre-Dame-Du-Cap in Trois-Rivières are must-see attractions.
Our regional favourites
- The Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic site in Trois-Rivières, recognized as the first industrial establishment in Canada.
- The Notre-Dame-de-la-Présentation church in Shawinigan, host of the latest major project by painter Ozias Leduc.
- The Trou du Diable microbrewery in Shawinigan for its excellent selection of award-winning artisanal beers.