Since the time of the first settlers, agriculture has been a mainstay of the economy. These days, a number of traditional and innovative farms still work the land, many of which keep their doors open to the public for apple, berry, and pumpkin picking, and all sorts of in-season activities. The historical treasures are unique in Québec: an 18th century church complex and working 17th century mill are unparalleled windows into days gone by. Charming bed and breakfasts give guests a peaceful nights sleep just minutes from stores, restaurants, and Highway 20. Most attractions are easily reached by car, though experienced cyclists can try the roads.
Discover the project So Notre-Dame-l’Île-Perrot, So Nice!, which raises the awareness of residents and regional tourists about local products and services. Promoting the involvement and tourism throughout the municipality, it will make you want to discover Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot over and over again!