Things to see and do - Quimperlé
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Quimperlé Travel guide
Quimperlé : Michelin's recommendations
To the north of the Carnoët Forest which flanks the River Laïta, Quimperlé (the name means “at the confluence of the River Ellé”) has a waterfront still redolent of its historic port, today used by pleasure craft. The town has the fine Romanesque church of Ste Croix and several medieval houses, notably in rue Dom-Morice. Quimperlé is the ideal base from to discover accessible forests and the nearby coastline.
Tourist attractions Quimperlé : Things to see and do
Rue Bremond-d’Ars F - 29300 Quimperlé
The circular layout of this church is inspired by the plans of Saint-Sépulcre de Jérusalem. Built in the 11C, it had to be rebuilt (with the exception of the apse and crypt) in 1862, when its bell tower collapsed. The apse is an extremely fine exampl..
20 Rue Bremond D'Ars F - 29300 Quimperlé
Hotel Vintage is set on the banks of the River Ellé, in the heart of the old centre of Quimperlé, just 10 minutes’ drive from the beach. Each room is uniquely decorated and features a wall fresco by contemporary artists. They are equipped with a pr..
3 Rue De Nara, Za La Villeneuve Braouic F - 29300 Quimperlé
Relais Fasthôtel Quimperlé offers comfortable and peaceful accommodation in a beautiful setting and is the perfect base from which to explore the charming historical towns of southern Brittany. Guests can enjoy a traditional French meal in a warm at..
10 allée Victor Schoelcher F - 29300 Quimperlé
The hotel is located halfway between Quimper and Lorient, in a quiet setting, 3 km from the centre of Quimperlé. Inter-Hotel Novalis offers comfortable rooms, equipped with king-size beds, and spa bathtubs. It is the ideal starting point for d..
2 rue Dom-Morice F - 29300 Quimperlé
This voluntarily 1930s bistro specialises in seafood dishes with a distinctive tongue-in-cheek twist. A fashionably vintage decor provides the backdrop to a fine wine list and mouthwatering menu.
Villeneuve-Braouic F - 29300 Quimperlé
This cricket has taken up abode in Brittany, happily chirping in an unexpected neo-Provençal decor. The cuisine is equally creative and inventive, almost surrealist at times with frivolous crayfish and black sandwiches.