Ranked among Quebec’s most beautiful villages, Frelighsburg is set in a gorgeous location at the foot of Mount Pinacle, on the banks of the Pike River. Located near the Vermont border, the village was settled in the late 18th century by American Loyalists. Many buildings from this period, which blend brick and wood materials, are still standing today. Highlights include a mill dating back to 1839 and an early-20th-century convent. The surrounding valley is a flourishing apple-growing region, with numerous cider houses and orchards dotting the countryside.