Mountain scenery dominates the landscape as you approach this village. The surrounding peaks – Mont Sutton and the Sutton Environmental Park – offer a multitude of outdoor activities such as cycling (follow the bike route), hiking (through spectacular landscapes), canoeing and kayaking. VéloVolant is a unique attraction that allows adventure-seekers to pedal across the treetops!
Culture and cuisine are also on the agenda. Sutton organizes a couple of jazz and blues festivals every year. It also hosts a few microbreweries with fresh beer on tap and varied menus. One of the establishments on the Wine Route – among the Townships’ Top 10 attractions – is not far from the village centre.
Sutton’s Main Street is dotted with art galleries, specialty food shops, bakeries and bistros serving local, organic fare. Don’t miss Le Cafetier, one of the Townships’ over 20 Cafés de village. As its name suggests, this cozy establishment specializes in coffee, brewed with beans roasted on-site. The aroma alone will make you want to linger!