Mandeville used to be called Saint-Charles-de-
Mandeville. A former forestry-based village, it
is still a gateway to the Mastigouche reserve
and to the ZEC des Nymphes (protected area).
This village was for years the location of the
highly popular Québec television drama,
Un homme et son péché. Local attractions
include : the new Chutes du Calvaire regional
park. For a completely
relaxing experience, visit the Spa Natur’Eau.
Municipalité de Mandeville
162, rue Desjardins, C.P. 60
Tourisme Lanaudière represents almost 400 enterprises and other entities and is officially recognized by the Quebec government as a regional tourism association. This non-profit organization brings business people together with the aim of helping the region's economy grow by coordinating, developing and promoting tourism.