Chemin du Roy (Portneuf and Surrounding Area)
The Chemin du Roy is a signalized scenic route that begins in Old Québec, presenting New France's history and rich heritage by passing through three main Québec tourism regions: Québec, Mauricie and Lanaudière.
In the Québec region, the Chemin du Roy is mainly associated with the Portneuf area, where you will pass through some of the most beautiful villages of Québec: Neuville, Cap-Santé, Deschambault and Grondines. You will discover breathtaking waterside landscapes.
The Chemin du Roy is the ground's equivalent to the St. Lawrence River. The history of Québec is told all along the route through fascinating landscapes and heritage!
To learn more about this historic route (clearly marked with blue signs), discover some of the attractions listed below.
Official Chemin du Roy website
Download route map in PDF format
Download the description of the tour in PDF
Place de l'Hôtel de Ville (City Hall Park)
Villa Bagatelle was built in the picturesque English architectural style of the 19th century. Many exhibitions on topics including art, history and science ...
This charming house on a delightful site has been transformed into an exhibition hall. Its scientific and artistic program encourages dialogue and the ...
Located at the site of the first Jesuit mission, which was founded in a bid to convert the nomadic Aboriginal people and encourage them to establish permanent ...