Capital of Cornwall, Quimper is a beautiful city of art and history. Awarded several times for the quality of its landscaped areas, the city has made available to plant almost 310 hectares of land that you will enjoy discovering. With its many fruit markets, vegetables and flowers, Quimper lives throughout the year both in the Vieux Quimper and its old houses, as in the newer areas from the development of the city in the nineteenth and twentieth century. Discover its beautiful Saint-Corentin cathedral dating from the eleventh century, which is built around the city, its pottery and many Breton churches. Also enjoy Cornish holiday season, the third week of July to learn more about Breton culture, music, songs, dances, and games. Staying at or near Quimper With all its heritage, its museums, its Breton atmosphere, Quimper has much of what you remember a long weekend, and even more if you count the country explore Cornwall! And there's plenty to do ... Time for a weekend, as many reside directly http://www.quimper-tourisme.com/index.php Quimper to visit the city, staying close to restaurants and all the animations. Several two to three star hotels are present-in the historic center (more charm) or near the station (preferred) particular. We thus have every opportunity to discover Quimper walk quietly. This is also valid for longer stays, but it is then possible to stay in the vicinity of Quimper, in the beautiful Cornish countryside, in small towns such as Plogonnec Plomelin, Pluguffan or Guengat. For that, we turn to small hotels, holiday apartments and guest houses in the area, or, for the budget, to campsites on condition of not being too cautious ... When 'we