Eastern Townships, Quebec


Given its proximity to Vermont and Maine, there is a distinct New England-esque quality in the landscape of the Eastern Townships; but a visit to this historical region will reveal its true Quebec character through its diverse cuisine, language and style. Home to more than 150 unique cities and villages, the Eastern Townships are a must-visit destination for worldly travelers. Gastronomes and wine connoisseurs take delight in a thriving culinary culture in addition to Quebec’s famous Wine Route. The route recommends 22 vineyards and wineries in the Eastern Townships including two that were first in Quebec. The area is also known for its lush national parks, legendary ski resorts as well as several lakes and rivers that are popular for boating, fishing, water skiing and swimming.


Domaine Côte d'Ardoise Vignoble

Quebec's first and oldest vineyard still in operation

Parc national du Mont-Mégantic

The world's first International Dark Sky Reserve offers more than 2,000 square miles for starry night viewing

Abbaye de Saint-Benoît-du-lac

A historical abbey with a community of Benedictine monks who live in a according to the monastic rule written by Saint Benedict (480-547).

Featured Listings

221 12e Rang N.

Saint-Nazaire-d'Acton, QC, Canada

$749,000 CAD

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650 9e Rang

Saint-Benoît-Labre, QC, Canada

$2,800,000 CAD

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23 Rue Cedar Bay

Lac-Brome, QC, Canada

$4,290,000 CAD

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62 Rue Lawrence

Bromont, QC, Canada

$1,372,000 CAD

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9905 Boul. St-Jean

Trois-Rivières, QC, Canada

$1,600,000 CAD

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44 Mtée de Baker-Pond

Bolton-Est, QC, Canada

$1,500,000 CAD

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