Ville de Berthierville
The rich commercial and industrial past of Berthierville is reflected in the opulent houses along Rue Frontenac and Rue Montcalm, and at the site of the former marketplace. Not to be missed are the Cuthberts chapel, the Gilles-Villeneuve Museum and the conservation trails administered by SCIRBI! Boaters are always welcome at Berthierville. And you’ll also find the largest forestry nursery in North America here : the Pépinière de Berthierville. A little further to the west, at Sainte-Geneviève-de-Berthier, you’ll come to the Grandchamp covered bridge, the oldest “town” type bridge in Québec, spanning the Bayonne River. The town also boasts one of the most beautiful churches in Québec, classified as an historical monument. Berthierville is well structured to accommodate travellers and tourists. It provides basic services like food, gasoline. 365 days a year, and the bakery of Délices d’Antan is well worth a visit.