In the early in the 19th century, first settlers established their families on the Pinière Rural Road with its majestic and cherished pine trees, to which the art work of Miguel Forest pays tribute at the centre of the village. Created as a heritage site by a municipality mindful of its history, this religious centre around which the lovely Clocher cycling rest area was built will delight visitors. Built in the 17th century, the Sainte-Hélène-de-Kamouraska church also prides itself of having the oldest tabernacle in Canada. With an abundance of local services, the village is a dynamic place offering a peaceful way of life. Endearing, it stands out from the rest because of its well-restored, beautiful homes. Take an inspiring walk on the Rue de l’Église, which crosses beautiful agricultural land and connects southwards to the Route du Pont-de-Broche and then to the Rivière du Loup River. An absolutely worthwhile detour!