The region

Located in the heart of the Montérégie region, Cowansville is a first-rate destination to enjoy a dynamic living environment. The hub of the Brome-Missisquoi County, Cowansville teems with green spaces and is nestled between the Bromont and Sutton mountains in the east and the plains of Farnham in the west.

Cowansville is a city located midway between Sherbrooke and Montréal. Taking advantage of the proximity of Highway 10 and the American borders, the municipality benefits from a unique economic, cultural and human dynamism.

An ideal location near all of the services

Located in a quiet area along the shores of Lac Davignon, the KAYA project is close to the main street, schools, daycares, hospital and convenience stores.


Brome-Missisquoi is an integral part of the renowned Eastern Townships, a popular and dynamic 4-season tourist region. It is an outdoor sports enthusiast’s haven, as the area has many natural areas, such as renowned Mont Sutton and Mont Bromont, which are two major destinations for winter sports, as well as camping, cycling and hiking in the summer.

Dotted with orchards, vineyards and local farms, the area’s fertile soil is conducive to the creation of a host of Québec products. Brome-Missisquoi is also known as the cradle of Québec’s wine-growing industry and offers no less than 21 vineyards to discover along the wine route.