TopicSciences and discovery
DepartureQUESTEMBERT (56)

Questembert is a commune located in the department of Morbihan in the region of Brittany.

The covered market


The covered market are listed historical monument since 1922. In Brittany there are only 4 of them left, the ones in Questembert, Le Faouët in Morbihan, Plouescat in Finistere and Clisson in Loire-Atlantique.

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Architectural heritage

  • Belmont hotel
  • Jehan le Guenego hostelry
  • 5px;">Carne hotel
  • Saint-Pierre church
  • 'Rue des cuirs' street
  • 'Rue de la Tannerie' street
  • 'Rue de la laine' street

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The historical heritage

  • The old Presbytery
  • Saint-Michel chapel
  • Saint-Martin fountain and wash house
  • Alain Le Grand stele
  • 'Place du Marchix' square
  • 'Place de la libération' square
  • 'Place du 8 Mai' square

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The chapels

  • Notre-Dame des Neiges Chapel
  • Sainte-Suzanne Chapel
  • Sainte-Noyale Chapel
  • Saint-Doue Chapel
  • Notre-Dame de l'O Chapel
  • Saint-Jean Chapel

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Come and discover our 42km of signposted paths which are accessible on foot or by bike. You will cross wooded areas, copses, and go down ancient sunken roads. In the course of your walk you will pass close by chapels and watermills (private properties).

The « Sentier des Meuniers » (5, 17, 24 or 37 km) Start: town centre

The « Sentier du Pont des Cornis » (5 km) Start: Lesnoyal chapel.  

The map of these walks is available at the Tourist Office.

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The Côte Sauvage


The Côte Sauvage or 'virgin coast' stretches over 8km from Turpault castle up to Percho headland. The Côte Sauvage is always exposed to rough sea even when the wind is weak.

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