The birthplace of internationally renowned Cirque du Soleil, Baie Saint-Paul with its more than 85 century-old homes sits in a lovely valley, offering a spectacular view of île aux Coudres, and still attracts artists today.
Beautiful Vistas of Charlevoix
Snowshoeing in Charlevoix
Baie St Paul Art Galleries
With its prosperous, holiday atmosphere and its location among wood-covered hills at the meeting of the St Lawrence and Gouffre Rivers, Baie Saintt-Paul is one of the North Shore's most appealing towns.
A great way to discover Baie Saint-Paul, one of Quebec’s oldest towns is to stroll along its narrow streets lined with quaint boutiques and over 30 art galleries and studios. Stop for a lunch or dinner in one of the historic houses converted into superb restaurants
Outdoor activities are plentiful including hiking, snowmobiling and golfing.
Baie-Saint-Paul’s major attractions are the Carrefour culturel Paul-Médéric (Paul-Médéric’s art centre”), Maison René-Richard (René-Richard’s Home) and Musée d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul (“Baie-Saint-Paul’s museum of contemporary arts”)