le d’Orléans is only fifteen minutes from the heart of Québec City. The fertile land, perfect for growing various fruits and vegetables, blossoms as it looks out over Quebec’s most beautiful views… Market gardeners, winemakers, apple growers, and poultry, lamb and duck farmers work tirelessly to provide a large variety of high-quality products.And it’s been this way for a long time. It’s precisely the fertile soil that made Île d’Orléans one of the first colonies of New France. Almost three hundred founding families took root there.Today, the history of Île d’Orléans is experienced through its horticulture, architecture, artisans and artists, cultural heritage, fine restaurants, inns, and above all, its people. Look for the “ Savoir-faire île d’Orléans ” certification mark, which ensures the origin and quality of the products.
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