A small town, with interesting wooden buildings, some small shops, a closed church... but... a rainy day!
Who can really appreciate a place under such rain, furthermore, a winter destination in summer?
This Is a great place to Ski or snow tube crosscountry ski . The life here is unlike the fast past city. and It about an hr away from Montreal. For more info on what is going on In the are call the 1-800 number.. as It is a toll free number. It can keep you more updated on upcoming events...
Saint-Sauveur Is a very picturesque place to visit. The scenery there Is amazing and the mountains view is breath taking. There Is always something to do there no matter the season is. Winter time ski. summer water park, In the fall the colors of the leaves on the tree changing, or simply to go shopping. The water park Is located near the main Highway an cannot be mist as It can be see from a far.
342 rue Principale, , SAINT-SAUVEUR-DES-MONTS, QUE
43, Avenue de la Gare, , SAINT-SAUVEUR-DES-MONTS,
216 De L'Eglise, , SAINT-SAUVEUR-DES-MONTS, QUEBEC
49 Avenue de la Gare, , SAINT-SAUVEUR-DES-MONTS, Q
We were surprised to find a decent Chinese restaurant in a village this size. The decor was appealing, the service friendly and parking was easy.
Favorite Dish: The crispy spinach was fantastic. I never heard of it before until I was in Quebec where it seemed somewhat popular. They have a set vegetarian menu which was very impressive plus the regular selection of cooked animal flesh. The bean curd family style was quite good as well.
There are many shops such as A VIE EN ROSE, BENTLEY, POINT ZÉRO, CADBURY,
NATURALIZER , NIKE, REEBOK. DANSK, STOKES GUESS , DIESEL SURPLUS,
TOMMY HILFIGER, JONES NEW YORK, YELLOW, KODIAK
and many more shops they offer up to SAVE 20 TO 70%,
From shoes, clothers to lingerie.
Very visual from the highway you will see all the colored buildings..
While heading to the North Country (Laurentians) a quick stop for beer and ice is Bourrassa. You can pick up everything you'll need for your trip at one easy stop.
This a an outdoor outlet center with over 30 stores including Nike, Reebok, Guess, Samsonite and most importantly, Cadbury. Our favorite place was the Marches Bourassa which sold excellent croissants, coffee and hot chocolate.
What to buy: We bought enough chocolate to last weeks as well as croissants.
The weather was wet (some rain), but the sight of the lac was appealing, and the esplanade, with romantic candles, convinced us to eat outdoor.
Well! I've been in Africa, and even in the deep jungle I never had been so attacked by mosquitoes.
I survived, but more then a month later I still kept signs of the big pimples they caused me (Fernanda didn't suffer that much).
Temperatures drop fast and it's always good to dress in layers. Hats, scarves, down filled jackets and warm boots are essential. Also, wear sunglasses to prevent glare.