It is said that the peaks of Les Éboulements were shaped by an asteroid impact more than 350 million years ago. Near the river, Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive stretches on the riverbank with its maritime museum, its santons (figurines), its traditional paper mill and its ferry to Isle-aux-Coudres. To the East, wedged between two cliffs along the Saint-Lawrence, Saint-Irénée attracts many vacationers, among whom are music lovers who enjoy the Domaine Forget and its fabulous concerts. Originally known as Saint-Irénée-les-Bains, the valley was long patronized for its famous therapeutic mud baths. Still today, Saint-Irénée’s sandy beach is one of the nicest in Charlevoix.
St-Irénée, Les Éboulements, among Québec's most beautiful villages!
Nestled between two capes, hugging the mountainside and lying alongside the beach, Saint-Irénée fits in perfectly well with the coast of Charlevoix’s spectacular landscape. The municipality of Les Éboulements on the other hand, is closely linked to the river and the mountain, right into the heart of the 54-km meteorite crater that shaped the region. Discover those majestic villages second to none among Québec’s most beautiful villages!See + About St-Irénée, Les Éboulements, among Québec's most beautiful villages!
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