In the Kamouraska county, lies the town of St. Pacome, a charming community on the banks of a winding river Ouelle. The town is flanked by a marine terrace formed about ten thousand years ago by the glacier melting. Guests can watch salmon swimming all the way up the river to the village.
Offering visitors a view on impressive landscapes, the riverbanks provide paths ideal for bike rides. The magnificent King family estate stretches up to the Ouelle River.
The estate of the family, which contributed in large part to the economic development of the town, boasts a magnificent garden.
The road of Cote-Norbert leads to the Cote-des-Chats hilltop with a belvedere Observatoire offering an exceptional panoramic view of the St. Lawrence plains, the village, and the meandering river. You’ll be able to see the island of Ile-aux-Coudres and even the town of Saint-Paul Bay on the north bank of the St. Lawrence. Newcomers may be interested in visiting a raspberry farm field Domain du Pacomois at the end of the Domain Street. A small restaurant there offers a variety of delicious local beverages, including field berry wines, made of raspberries and blueberries.
The Riviere-Ouelle quay is a few kilometers from St. Pacome, at the tip of Anse des Mercier bay. The quay boasts a beach and a nice view of the Charlevoix capes. In summer, a Golf de Saint-Pacome, 18 holes (40, rue William), invites players and spectators. In winter, the hill of Cote des Chats becomes a snow sports center where you can ski, snowboard, go sliding, and enjoy other winter sports.
As to accommodations, guests can stop at a charming restaurant-motel l’Escale, B&B Auberge comme au premier jour, Gite du veilleur, La Villa des Rosiers.