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Unusual accommodations, comfort on the water

The Haut-Richelieu region abounds in hidden treasures and unique experiences for travelers in search of adventure and relaxation. Among these treasures, the unusual accommodations of Saint-Blaise-sur-Richelieu, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Sainte-Anne-de-Sabrevois, Saint-Paul-de-l'Île-aux-Noix and Lacolle stand out for their originality and charm. Today, we take you on a tour of three flagship companies: Flotel, Domaine Pourki and Alo Berge, each offering a unique getaway.

Whether you want to float on the Richelieu River, stay in a rustic yurt or enjoy the comfort of an eco-friendly mini-home, Haut-Richelieu's unusual accommodations promise unforgettable experiences. Come and discover Flotel, Domaine Pourki and Alo Berge, and let yourself be charmed by the beauty and originality of these unique destinations.

Plan your next getaway now and experience memorable moments in the Haut-Richelieu!

Floating accommodation

In Saint-Blaise-sur-Richelieu and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Flotel invites you to enjoy a unique experience by staying on the water. With its innovative, eco-responsible concept, Flotel offers modern, comfortable floating cabins with everything you need for a pleasant stay, plus a breathtaking view of the water. Immerse yourself in nature by paddling a kayak or paddleboard, or simply relax on the terrace and watch the sunset. Flotel is the perfect place for a peaceful, rejuvenating getaway.

Close to Flotel accommodations, discover the charm of Old Saint-Jean, explore local art galleries and savor the culinary delights of nearby restaurants. In Saint-Blaise-sur-Richelieu, Marina le St-Tropez offers a resort-like experience, with a multitude of activities for the whole family. Relax in the sun on a chaise longue, take advantage of the large pool and beach volleyball court for a day of seaside fun.

Or let yourself be seduced by the bucolic landscapes and tastings of local produce at Domaine Amalgames vineyard and Terre à boire microbrewery. Whatever your passions, these destinations promise unforgettable moments.

Rustic Charm

Located in Sainte-Anne-de-Sabrevois, Domaine Pourki is a haven for nature lovers, ideal for group get-togethers. It offers a variety of unusual accommodations, from Bora Bora huts to traditional chalets and transparent-roofed bubbles, each carefully designed to combine comfort and immersion in nature.

At Domaine Pourki, there's no shortage of activities: swimming, archery, sand volleyball, dek field hockey... there's something for everyone, perfect for families and groups of friends looking for an authentic adventure in the heart of nature.

Nearby, discover Quai Ryan, where you can observe various species of local plants and birds. Interpretation panels on the flora and fauna of the Richelieu River will enrich your experience. For a must-do activity in Sabrevois, don't miss out on renting electric surfboards and paddleboards with Ecosurf Canada.

For families, a free hebertism course offers a dose of adrenaline, while rental of fishing rods, electric bikes and zodiacs for recreational fishing complete the range of activities available.

Modern Ecology

In Lacolle and Saint-Paul-de-l'Île-aux-Noix, AloBerge stands out for its eco-friendly, contemporary accommodations. The company offers mini-homes designed to minimize their ecological footprint. Innovative architectural structures and elegant interiors offer incomparable comfort while respecting the environment. Surrounded by picturesque landscapes, visitors can recharge their batteries in the heart of nature, explore the surrounding trails, take part in ecological workshops and sample local produce. Alo Berge is the ideal place for those who wish to combine comfort, modernity and respect for the environment.

Discover a captivating blend of history and nature. Explore Fort Lennox, a living testimony to Quebec's historic battles, and visit the Blockhaus, a fascinating relic of the War of 1812. In addition, the trails around the island offer leisurely strolls and magnificent views of the Richelieu River. Nearby, the Centre de plein air l'Estacade attracts outdoor enthusiasts with non-motorized boat rentals, beach access, a hebertism course and archery. Also in Lacolle, immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting its farms. Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of the vast green spaces for hiking, biking or simply relaxing by the water. 

Enjoy an unusual stay in the Haut-Richelieu region

Live an extraordinary adventure during your stay, starting with a unique experience among the trees at Arbraska, located in Mont-Saint-Grégoire. Then stop by Ferme Reid in Sabrevois to pick out your fresh fruits and vegetables before exploring Domaine Pourki.

Domaine Pourki awaits you with a range of exciting outdoor activities. Paddle a canoe or kayak on its tranquil waters, test your skills at soccer or DEK field hockey, then make yourself comfortable in your Bora-Bora hut at the end of the docks. These little floating homes are equipped with a picnic table and BBQ, providing the perfect setting to recharge your batteries in the heart of nature.

The next morning, head to Quai Ryan, just a few minutes away, for a relaxing fishing session. Don't forget to bring your fishing rods to make the most of this early-morning experience.

Continue your escapade by exploring the charm of Old Saint-Jean and enjoying a delicious local meal. Round off your stay in style atArche de Zoé, where you can meet and interact with a variety of fascinating animals.

This adventure promises memorable moments in the heart of nature, with a diverse range of activities to suit all tastes. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast, a local gastronomy enthusiast or just looking for some peaceful relaxation, every step of the way will provide you with enriching discoveries and memories to cherish.

An unusual adventure (tourismehautrichelieu.com)

 

 

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