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  • Cathédrale Saint-Corentin de Quimper: Located in the heart of Quimper, the Saint-Corentin Cathedral is a stunning example of Gothic architecture. It features intricate stained glass windows and impressive sculptures, making it a must-visit for history and art enthusiasts.
  • Musée des Beaux-Arts de Quimper: This museum displays a wide collection of art, including works from the 14th to the 19th century. From paintings to sculptures, visitors can explore various artistic styles and admire the masterpieces of renowned artists like Renoir and Gauguin.
  • Jardin de la Retraite: A peaceful and beautifully landscaped garden, the Jardin de la Retraite offers a serene escape from the city's bustle. Visitors can stroll along tree-lined paths, enjoy the vibrant flowerbeds, and relax on the benches while taking in the tranquil atmosphere.
  • Quartier du Locmaria: Known for its charming cobblestone streets and traditional half-timbered houses, the Locmaria neighborhood is a picturesque area to explore. It is home to the Faïencerie Henriot-Quimper, a famous pottery workshop where visitors can witness the creation of Quimper's renowned faience ceramics.
  • Musée de la Faïence de Quimper: Situated in the former Bishop's Palace, this museum showcases the history and craftsmanship of Quimper's faience pottery. Visitors can learn about the production techniques, view a vast collection of antique and contemporary pieces, and even try their hand at painting a ceramic tile.
  • Odet River: The Odet River flows through Quimper, offering beautiful scenery and opportunities for outdoor activities. Visitors can take a leisurely boat trip along the river, enjoy riverside picnics, or simply relax by the water's edge and enjoy the tranquil ambiance.
  • Les Halles de Quimper: Quimper's covered market, Les Halles, is a vibrant hub of local gastronomy. Visitors can explore the stalls filled with fresh produce, seafood, cheeses, and other regional specialties. It's an ideal place to immerse oneself in the local food culture and perhaps grab a bite to eat.
  • Château de Keriolet: Located just outside of Quimper, the Château de Keriolet is a stunning castle with a rich history. Built in the 19th century, it offers guided tours where visitors can discover the opulent interiors, learn about the castle's past, and enjoy the beautifully maintained gardens.
  • Musée Bigouden: Situated in Pont-l'Abbé, a short drive from Quimper, this museum delves into the history and culture of the Bigouden region. It features exhibits on traditional Breton costumes, fishing traditions, and local crafts, providing a fascinating insight into the area's heritage. 10. Pointe du Raz: A little further from Quimper, Pointe du Raz is a dramatic and rugged headland that offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can take scenic walks along the cliffs, observe the powerful waves crashing against the rocks, and enjoy the untouched natural beauty of this coastal gem.

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