On the many promontaries along the St. Lawrence, Saint-Siméon is a true marine paradise. Sitting confortably on a hillside, this village-nature unfurls an ideal landscape wedged between the boreal forest and the St. Lawrence’s salted waters. With its campgrounds, outfitters, its maple grove, cultural activities, its municipal beach and the Rivière-Noire that goes through the village, it is The family destination of Charlevoix.
Saint-Siméon, Port-au-Persil sector, member of Québec's most beautiful villages Association!
Port-au-Persil is a small road coming down from the high capes to slowly reveal houses scattered in a fantasy landscape. Walk on the rocks from the small quay to the chapel. A stream jumps into a waterfall before dying in the river, almost the sea, where, in season, wild geese come to feed.See + About Saint-Siméon, Port-au-Persil sector, member of Québec's most beautiful villages Association!
Photo : Annie Bolduc
Rivière-du-Loup - Saint-Siméon Ferry
This crossing connects the Lower St. Lawrence region to the rustic village of Saint-Siméon in northeast Charlevoix. The ferry runs daily for nine months of the year between Easter and the beginning of January. If offers a spectacular way to see the river. Keep your eyes peeled and you might just see whales and other marine mammals as you sail through the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park.
Crossing time: 65 minutesSee + About Rivière-du-Loup - Saint-Siméon Ferry
Photo : Société des traversiers du Québec
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