Discover the region
One Region, a Thousand Activities
Brome-Missisquoi, in the Eastern Townships, is the ideal region to reconnect with nature, people, and your inner self. For a week or a weekend, with or without a plan, guided only by your intuition, for things to do as a couple or a family, this place was designed for you.
Listen to the fascinating stories owners of our wine route’s 20 vineyards would like to share with you. You’ll love these warm and friendly encounters, enhanced by a luxuriant panorama.
Are you more of a sports enthusiast? With Mounts Sutton and Brome, our valleys and many rivers, outdoor activities are in the region’s DNA. Alpine and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are winter staples. Camping, cycling, equestrian sports, canoeing and kayaking excite our senses in summer. Finally, our hiking trails will have your feet move all year round.
Here, our hearts beat to the rhythm of our artists and artisans. Everywhere on the road, artistic and cultural activities and our heritage treasures invite you to prolong the fun.
he border village of Abercorn is particularly distinguished by its rich history, heritage and Loyalist cachet. Nearly 400 citizens currently […]+
Named by the Loyalists who arrived in 1776, and long considered the capital of the county, the Town of Bedford […]+
Located east of Brome Lake and west of the Appalachian massif, Bolton-West follows the section of Highway 243 called Bolton […]+
Located on the banks of the Yamaska River north of Cowansville and close to Bromont, Brigham still identifies today as […]+
Located north of Sutton and surrounded by the Township of Brome Lake, the Village of Brome enjoys an exceptional view […]+
A town of traditional rustic character located between Mont Brome, a link in the chain of the Montérégiennes, and the […]+
The Township of Bedford is located east of the Appalachian Mountains and west of the lowlands plain of the St. […]+
Located in the heart of Brome-Missisquoi, between the Montérégiennes (Bromont), the Appalachians (Sutton) and the plains (Farnham), Cowansville has more […]+
In the Appalachian foothills, in a rolling and picturesque landscape Dunham is known as the main agricultural producer in Brome-Missisquoi, […]+
East Farnham is located in the region of Brome-Missisquoi between Cowansville and Brigham. This fertile plain consists of open land […]+
At the limit of the St. Lawrence lowlands, Farnham is in the Yamaska River watershed and three branches meet on […]+
With an exceptional location on the US border, surrounded by beautiful orchards and crisscrossed by the Pike River, Frelighsburg nestles […]+
Town of Brome Lake
Located along the shores of Brome Lake, one of the vestiges of the Champlain Sea, the town enjoys a privileged […]+
Located on the banks of the Pike River, the municipality of Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge owes its start to the power of the […]+
Crossed by the Pike River and three small streams the Municipality of Pike River is located at the southwest end […]+
Northeast of Lake Champlain, near the Missisquoi bay, at the mouth of the Pike River and the US border, the […]+
The municipality of Sainte-Sabine is located in the St. Lawrence Plain northwest of Brome-Missisquoi between Farnham, Cowansville and Bedford. Characterized […]+
The municipality of Saint-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, often abbreviated to Saint-Ignace, is located ten kilometers west of Cowansville, south of Farnham between Sainte-Sabine […]+
With exceptional views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, the village of Stanbridge East is located along rapids and falls […]+
West of Bedford the long, narrow territory of Stanbridge Station is traversed by the Corriveau stream flowing down the middle. […]+
Between the mountains, the river and its village heart, Sutton offers four seasons of activities and attractions. Its history, environment […]+