invites you to discover its marvelous landscapes strewn with
architectural treasures. To accompany your travels, don’t miss the “Brome-Missisquoi Notebooks”.
This beautifully illustrated guide will lead you around our magnificent
heritage by detailing the area’s loyalist architecture
and revealing its most charming corners.
Sold in all Tourist Information offices for a mere $6, in French
or English. 48 p.
production dominates the area. It serves to create many by-products
such as ice cider, which was first elaborated by Christian Barthomeuf,
18 years ago! Ice cider is one of Frelighsburg’s jewels;
look for where to find it in our “Local
fall, why not bring friends and family to Frelighsburg to stock
up on fresh apples and locally produced cider vinegar, jams, and
cycling? Come and tour the 72 km of roads that travel through our
village or look up interesting itineraries in the Cycling Maps
Off the beaten path: Visit Frelighsburg’s 11 cemeteries.
History buffs won’t be disappointed! Download our maps or get the brochure
at the Tourist Information Center.
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for a taste of Québec wines? Brome-Missisquoi, with its
mild climate, is where most vineyards take root in Québec.
Thanks to a newly established winemaker, Québec’s
Wine Route now travels through our village!
Consult the Association
des plus beaux villages du Québec web
site to plan your visit, or www.laroutedesvins.ca.