Sayabec Tourism

Sayabec (/seɪbɛk/) is a municipality located in the La Matapédia Regional County Municipality (RCM) in the Bas-Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada. It is located in the Matapédia Valley between the Chic-Choc Mountains of the Appalachian near the Lake Matapédia. The main activities of the village are agriculture and forestry. It has a population of approximately 2,000, the third biggest municipality in its RCM after Amqui and Causapscal. Due to the presence of the chipboards plant called Panval, the biggest industry of the valley, Sayabec is an important regional economic centre. The territory was historically occupied by Mi'kmaq people, a First Nation who occupied much of the Gaspe Peninsula. Its first French Canadian inhabitant was Pierre Brochu, who came in 1833. At the end of the 19th century settlers began to come in the region to work in sawmills. The municipality was first officially created in 1887 as a school municipality under the name Sainte-Marie-de-Sayabec. The Catholic Parish was erected in 1894. In 1917, the village of Saindon was created, and it took the name of Sayabec in 1951. Today municipality was formed in 1982 through the merger of the Parish Municipality of Sainte-Marie-de-Sayabec and the Village Municipality of Sayabec. The municipality's main transportation link is the Quebec Route 132 which loops around the Gaspe Peninsula back towards the Mont-Joli area northwest of Sayabec. It is also located along the Canadian National Railway (originally the Intercolonial Railway).


Discover the beauty of the city's striking landscope, welcome to Sayabec, Canada. Tour packages of Sayabec are of 1 to 2 days duration.

Don't just take a trip, let the trip take you! Have a enjoyable time at Sayabec.