The Valley contains a considerable nerwork of rivers and lakes, a true little paradise for hunters and fishermen.
Known worldwide for its salmon fishing, the Matapédia River twists and turns over more than 70 km; as for the lake of the same name, it prides itself on being the largest freshwater body in the Gaspésie. A testament to is history, the rich heritage of the Valley will reveal to you magnificent churches, historic sites, and Town-type covered bridges.
This small village located at the junction of the Valley and the Chaleur Bay offers an exceptional panorama at the confluence of [...]Details
The Saint-Alexis Plateau is the perfect place for a visit off the beaten path and close to nature. From its promontory, a lookout [...]Details
A few kilometres away from Route 132, this municipality welcomes you and offers outdoor activities for every season. [...]Details
Described as a true relaxation point, this municipality is accessible by Route 132 East, between Amqui and Matapédia. [...]Details
Here is the jewel of the Plateaux region! Just 11 km from Route 132, this village delights with its landscapes, and all that you can discover... [...]Details
Causapscal is located in the heart of a beautiful forested area, the Matapedia Valley. In 1839, an important relay station [...]Details
Amqui, which in the Micmac language means "where we have fun". Located where the Matapédia River and the Matapédia Lake meet, [...]Details
Located in the heart of the Matapédia Valley, Saint-Irène welcomes you with its spellbinding mountainous sceneries. [...]Details
Nestled on the shore of Lac Matapédia, a Matapedian gem, the municipality of Val-Brillant charms visitors with its beautiful scenery [...]Details
Sayabec is derived from the Micmac word Sepeg, meaning "river blocked by beaver dams". At the mouth of the Saint-Pierre River [...]Details
Saint-Moïse, created in 1873, is the oldest municipality in the Matapédia Valley. You will find a vast and imposing Renaissance-style church [...]Details
A visit to Saint-Damase is a must. This quiet and charming village of 418 inhabitants, located on the border of the Matanie and the Matapédia [...]Details
The municipality of Lac-au-Saumon is home to a park with entertainment for the entire family.[...]Details