A network of authentic heritage villages, located in remarkable landscapes
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At the origin of New France
Located on the Chemin du Roy, the first road in New France (1734), Neuville was initially settled in 1665. Rue du Quai leads to a marina used by pleasure craft in summer.
Perched on three marine terraces overlooking the St. Lawrence since the glaciers melted, this farming village (and sweet corn capital) has several classified 18th century buildings remarkable for their age and variety, especially along Rue des Érables. Guided tours of the street are available.
The imposing canopy over its church altar was obtained in exchange for wheat for the poor of Québec City. Noteworthy contents of the church also include sculptures by François Baillargé and 26 paintings by Antoine Plamondon (1804-1895), who was once mayor of the village. The Larue seigneurial manor house (1835), overlooking the village, is one of the 22 main heritage buildings and houses in Neuville.
Rue du Quai leads to a marina used by pleasure craft in summer.
VILLAGE: www.ville.neuville.qc.ca (French only)
Being an adpet of sea-kayaking, there is nothing I like more than gettin on the water near the Community Center on Vauquelin street. There are always nice people in Neuville where being nice is a way of life | Gilles Chaumel, Stoneham (...for the time being)
Neuville… a corner of paradise where it is so good to live with my family! | Alexandra Linteau, citoyenne.
One of the mosr beautiful villages of Quebec | Patrick Leduc, tourist.
Me Bernard Gaudreau,
Mayor of Neuville