Quai de Sainte-Pétronille

The Sainte-Pétronille wharf is a place for observation and relaxation, blending seamlessly with the route that links it to the heart of the municipality. As early as 1855, there was a 150-foot-long wharf built by notary Noël Hill Bowen. This initiative contributed to the economic development of Île d'Orléans, as market gardeners were able to better supply the markets of Québec City's lower town.
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