What to do in Finistère



Quimper prefecture of Finistère is a millenial city labeled City of arts and history - splendid cathedral Saint Corentin, jewel of Breton Gothic art, the former Palace of Bishops and its garden lined with ramparts.

Quimper has three permanent museums; the Museum of Fine Arts, the Breton Departmental Museum and the Museum of Earthenware.

The city benefits from a large number of shops, artisans, as well as restaurants and creperies located in busy pedestrian streets.



Concarneau is conjugated at all times. Medieval Fortifications flirt with the ocean. The closed city, former stronghold of Brittany, bathes every day its important ramparts in the calm waters of the ports of fishing and pleasures.

Discover the city of Concarneau at 360 ° by visiting Concarneau SurleNet:



Seven islets around an inland sea with transparent waters.




From the Mills to the Artists

Strange destiny that of this village of Finistère whose name has become synonymous with the movement of painter who is the first chapter in the history of modern art "School of Pont Aven".


While strolling along the Aven or crossing the footbridges, it is easy to understand why the artists have worshiped.

Pont Aven has lost nothing of its character and remains a very good start for your hikes. The Pont Aven museum is a must for your holiday in Brittany.


Local markets

Monday Concarneau / 7h30 - 13h30

Pont-Aven / 8h - 13h

Trégunc / 15h30 - 19h (100% bio)

Concarneau-Beuzec / 15h - 20h


Trégunc / 8h - 13h

Concarneau / 16h30 - 19h (100% bio)

Thursday Pontl'Abbée / 8h - 13h

Concarneau / 8h - 13h

Tourc'h / 17h - 19h

Trégunc / in Summer


In Summer, Névez / 8h - 13h

Pont Aven (vegetables) / 8h - 13h

Sunday In Summer, Trévignon (Trégunc)