Sainte-Catherine is an off-island suburb of Montreal, in southwestern Quebec, Canada, on the Saint Lawrence River in the Regional County Municipality of Rousillon. According to the 2006 census, St Catherine had an estimated population of 16.211 residents. This place had been occupied more than three centuries, since the establishment of the Iroquois mission in 1676. Although it is a small city, St. Catherine provides a wide range of attractions in and around the area, as well as a wide range of accommodation and venues, where you can spend your time enjoying the local cuisine and culture.
Tyst Tradgard is an oasis of peace and tranquillity for those who come here. The large park offers tourists many trails, where they walk or cycle, or just enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Tourists can also enjoy a session of hydrotherapy in one of the many thermal pools. It is a great place for the whole family. The venue has also got a restaurant, where you can enjoy the local and the international cuisine.
Les Saisons des Ecluses is another wonderful place in Sainte Catherine, where you can enjoy some of the finest meals. The menu is varied and it ranges from exquisite and refined European meals to more exotic and spicy Asian dishes. This charming restaurant has also got an extensive selection of fine wines that complete the meals. If you come here, your taste buds will surely be more than satisfied.
Quiznos Sub Shop serves some of the most delicious steaks and beef dips in town. Aside from the mouthwatering dishes, this Sainte Catherine venue also offers a wide variety of sandwiches. The menu has everything you wish: flat bread for salads or toasty Quiznos. The restaurant offers high quality meats, sliced daily, melted cheeses, signature sauces and toasted artisan bread for all the sub sandwiches.