The twisty salmon river crisscrossing the territory is one of the many attractions of charming Rivière-Ouelle, many of which can be enjoyed on a bike. Travelling on the Chemin de la Pointe running along the river, you will reach the Rivière-Ouelle Beach and Campground. It’s a great place to admire the vivid sunsets and mountainous landscapes of Charlevoix. Travel to the Chemin de la Petite-Anse and the Quai and l’Anse-des-Mercier roads to arrive at the heart of a heritage area. The wharf, with its marine birds and panoramas, is also not to be missed. It is there that the Quai Chapel offers a gourmet break and a variety of cultural attractions. At the junction of the l’Anse-des-Mercier and the Cinquième-Grève east roads, you will reach a lovely beach. In late summer, you can observe the drift nets hung vertically in the water catching eels. Everywhere on the territory, the File Rouge Circuit (auto-guided podcasts and interpretative panels) reminds visitors of what is truly remarkable about the place. Two other attractions worth the trip: the Delisle School with its 1930s decor and the Notre-Dame-de-Liesse Church with its 17th century alter and beautiful collection of paintings. History and genealogy buffs will love the Memorial and Family Markers of the Passeurs de Mémoire Circuits!