Info tourism

A30 Express takes you to a world of discoveries…

The Suroit region is the touristic sector where the completion of the A30 Express is located.

Surprising! Here is the word that best describes the large Suroit region. Located on the South-Western part of the Montérégie, the Suroit unveils to those looking for a change of scenery a wide range of activities, sensations, emotions and fun. Close to Montreal, the Suroit is a countryside, serene region, highlighted by the omnipresence of water. Welcoming cities and smaller communities, local discoveries, history and archaeology are awaiting.

Attractions and activities

  • Agritourism
  • Lodging
  • Camping
  • Restaurants
  • Events calendar

The Suroit region

  • 43 municipalities
  • 2,500 sq. km of territory
  • 190,000 inhabitants
  • 275 touristic products and services
  • Incredible scenery
  • Large bodies of water
  • Small scenic countryside roads
  • Many festivals and events
  • Delicious local products
  • Warm and welcoming lodging
  • A wide variety of restaurants and local tables

Our touristic regions


The Beauharnois-Salaberry touristic region includes an array of exciting activities : come to the must-see Festi-Bières du Suroît, as well as our famous Régates de Valleyfield and Beauharnois. Enjoy our vast open spaces and large bodies of water and lay on the beach, go on a cruise, enjoy kayaking or scuba-diving, take a scenic bike ride or discover the myriad of culinary, cultural and other experiences this place offers!

Visit the Région touristique de Beauharnois-Salaberry website for more information.


The Haut-Saint-Laurent, a magnificent rural region less than an hour from Montreal, is the southern most point of the province of Quebec; just east of the Ontario border and north of the American border. An agritourism marvel, with its numerous orchards and berry fields, sugar shacks, vineyards, and independent producers (processed meats, bakeries and brew-pubs).

Visit the Tourisme Haut-Saint-Laurent website for more information.


Where can you cycle along a heritage canal in the morning and hit up a music festival at night? Year round, Vaudreuil-Soulanges is the place to get your fill of history and culture, but never as a bystander! Take part in any one of the exciting events that take place throughout the spring, summer, and fall by catching concerts, taking a workshop, snacking on great food, or shopping for locally-made treasures.

How about exploring the natural beauty of the region? Surrounded by the tranquil waters of Lac des Deux-Montagnes, Lac Saint-Louis and Lac Saint-François, visitors can avail themselves of watersports and beaches, while hikers will be enchanted by trails that cross pristine wilderness in Rigaud, Saint-Lazare, and Pointe-des-Cascades.

Visit the Explore Vaudreuil-Soulanges website for more information.