The stunning contrast between the culture of vibrant city life and the green banks of the Saint-Lawrence River is nowhere more obvious than the South Shore Nautical Station. Indeed, almost hidden behind Montreal's bright lights are the Iles de Boucherville's bewitching rustic landscape and the Saint-Jacques river's bucolic surroundings. This stretch between Sainte-Catherine and Verchères, home to two of the 10 oldest towns in Quebec, is overflowing with unique heritage architecture. The 50-plus-year-old Saint-Lawrence Seaway begins at the Saint-Lambert locks, in and of themselves a remarkable tourist stop. This destination offers you a different way to take in the metropolis, by kayak, by cruise, by sailboat or by ship, Early birds espacially will be able to wonder at som magnificient views and trick themselves into believing, even if just for an instant, that they are completely alone on this incredible river.
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