Savour the island’s bounty

The fertile soil of Île d’Orléans sustains a variety of crops. For centuries, the island has provided Quebec City with fresh fruit and vegetables, grain and maple products. The foodstuffs made with this bounty capture the essence of Île d’Orléans and enjoy a growing reputation for quality and authenticity. This reputation also benefits many of the island’s restaurants, whose expert chefs use these products to create gastronomical dishes that can please any palate!

Look for the Savoir-Faire île d’Orléans certification sticker on the products of participating agrifood businesses. It is your guarantee that the product in question is of the highest quality and was grown or prepared according to island know-how.

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Chocolaterie de l’Île d’Orléans

Chocolaterie de l’Île d’Orléans

Saint-François

In the rural decor of Saint-François, for the greatest pleasure of any chocolate lover, the old rectory houses the Chocolaterie de l’Île d’Orléans with its [...]

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Resto Pub l’O2 l’Île

Resto Pub l’O2 l’Île

Saint-Pierre

No visit to the island is complete without stopping by here for a drink or a bite to eat. Relaxed bistro near the bridge to [...]

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Vignoble Ste-Pétronille

Vignoble Ste-Pétronille

Sainte-Pétronille

Established in 1989, this estate covers 25 hectares, 5 of which are dedicated to the growing of wine grapes (13 000 plants). The grape vines thrive [...]

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Le Relais des Pins – Sugar shack

Le Relais des Pins – Sugar shack

Sainte-Famille

Come indulge your sweet tooth at Relais des Pins when the snow begins to melt. During maple sugar time in March and April, our warm [...]

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La Monnaguette restaurant & Dairy Bar (Cassis Monna & filles estate)

La Monnaguette restaurant & Dairy Bar (Cassis Monna & filles estate)

Saint-Pierre

Around 1930, in the Southern French town of Brissac, the Monna family ran a store called Source la Monnaguette that sold liquor, wine and lemonade. [...]

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Ferme Léonce Plante

Ferme Léonce Plante

Saint-Laurent

Pick your own strawberries and raspberries. Produce also sold wholesale and retail. The following are available at our fruit and vegetable stand: asparagus, strawberries, raspberries, [...]

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Vignoble Isle de Bacchus

Vignoble Isle de Bacchus

Saint-Pierre

Wine tourism site We are pioneers in Quebec’s wine-making industry, having founded the first vineyard near the village of Saint-Pierre on Île d’Orléans some 25 [...]

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Cabane à Sucre L’En-Tailleur

Cabane à Sucre L’En-Tailleur

Saint-Pierre

The Tailleur family has preserved the charm of this traditional sugar shack established on Île d’Orléans over eight generations ago. In our dining area, which [...]

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Ferme Guillaume Létourneau

Ferme Guillaume Létourneau

Sainte-Famille

Maple products: syrup, caramel, sugar, butter, jelly, etc. Fresh vegetables, apples and potatoes. Homemade jams and jellies made with the fruit we pick: strawberries, raspberries, [...]

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Du Capitaine, Farm, Vinegar and Boutique

Du Capitaine, Farm, Vinegar and Boutique

Saint-Jean

This rustic shop owned by traditional vinegar producer Cass’Isle D’Orléans is located in the village of St-Jean on Île d’Orléans. Organic blackcurrant products and wine [...]

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The historical borough of Île d'Orléans celebrates Québec's rural tradition with its gorgeous scenery stretching along the banks of the St. Lawrence River, only a few minutes from Québec City. Visitors are encouraged to experience the rich and vibrant culture of this island jewel, which is the birthplace of New France. Inhabited since time immemorial, Île d'Orléans has a diverse offer of first-rate attractions.