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Other places to visit

Quimper area

The Finistère is bursting with fantastic places to visit...

La Forêt Fouesnant : Sunday market, 16th century church and renowned "Fête des cerisiers" this pretty, authentic Breton village will delight you.
Port La Forêt :
The largest marina in Brittany, well known for its sailing champions, like Michel DESJOYAUX and Jean LE CAM.
Pont-Aven :
A charming village renowned for its mills and painting school created by Paul Gauguin, an inspiration to many artists.
Many artists and photographers exhibit and sell their work here.
Locronan :
This former weaving village is often used as a backdrop for films, notably during the filming of  "Tess" by Roman Polanski and more recently "Un long dimanche de fiançailles" by Jean Pierre Jeunet.
Nevez :
In Nevez, you can admire the numerous authentic thatched houses. The two villages that have conserved the most thatched houses are Kerascoët and Kercanic.
Quimper :
The capital of the area, Quimper is a moderate sized town with delightful paved streets, cathedral and paths along the Odet river.
 Festival de Cornouaille from 19 to 24 July 2016
avancerslide flecheretournerslide
 Quimper near the Kost Ar Moor campsite in Fouesnant Locronan from Kost Ar Moor Finistère campsite Pont Aven the painters village in Finistère Quimper its cathedral Finistère the famous Bigoudènes (Pays Bigouden - Finistère Sud) Kerbader procession in Mousterlin
Out in the area
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 Jetty of Mousterlin near the Kost Ar Moor Fouesnant campsite


The variety of natural, protected sites, dunes, polders, islands and marked walking paths makes FOUESNANT-LES-GLENAN the ideal place to get away..
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Concarneau, la ville close


The town of Concarneau developed around the famous enclosed city fortified by Vauban in the 15th century.
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 La Pointe du Raz from Camping Kost Ar Moor Fouesnant

La Pointe du Raz

This rocky land end is situated to the west of  Plogoff  and is one of the most visited sites in  Brittany .
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