It’s not the tallest mountain in Quebec, but it surely is one of the liveliest – well-serviced by lifts, both night and day, Mont Saint-Sauveur has become a popular destination for skiers and snowboarders looking to sample Quebec’s winter sports scene. On this mountain, you’ll be able to feel the wind caress your skin as you race down the slopes, create new experiences with old and new acquaintances, and make lasting memories with friends and family.
Saint-Sauveur’s main strip is jam-packed with eateries and bars that serve an assortment of food types, including spicy Thai stir-fries and everything from steaks to the local burger variants. In the summer, Rue Principale brims with cars and visitors alike. While the street is surrounded by new developments and condos, the town has managed to keep the rustic feel of the street, giving it a special type of old-school nostalgia that tourists love. Its old church, situated in the middle of town, is especially glamorous.
Mont Saint-Sauveur Parc Aquatique
Saint-Sauveur isn’t just a place for winter revelry – it also has its very own summer attractions. Liven up your summer by visiting the Mont Saint-Sauveur Parc Aquatique where you can jump in the wave pool, scream down the 183m slide, Le Blizzard, or relax in a shaded pool-side cabana. The Parc Aquatique is a perfect place for families.
Festival des Arts
For eight days starting in late July, Saint-Sauveur is host to the Festival des Arts
, where dozens of international dance troupes convene to impress audiences of all ages. The best part – many performances are free to the public.