We have been here before, the last time in 2005, and we're going again.
Either your visit is by bicycle, by car or by feet; you will be charmed by the overwhelming scenery of L’Isle-aux-Coudres [...] It is Jacques Cartier that discovered the Island in 1535. He gave it the name of “Coudres” due to the abundance of hazelnut-type trees name “Coudriers”. [...] The popular belief wants that the very first family who had established themselves on the Island were Joseph Savard, his wife Marie-Josephine Morelle and their children. Nowadays there are approximately 1313 residents on the Island. [...] Renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, its legendary serenity, and the famous people conviviality the Island has definitely taken a tourist vocation [...] everyone will be satisfied. No matter how long your journey is, a wide scope of activities is offered to you. Bicycle, beach walking, pedestrian trails, stars and bird’s contemplation, painting, tennis courts, bowling, wild berries gathering [...] you will unquestionably enjoy your voyage!
We unquestionably shall. Actually, our voyage is going to be by Hobbs Air. We set off on Friday morning and once again shall be staying at the Auberge La Coudrière.