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Quintin - a weaving town

The old weaving town of Quintin, in the Côtes d'Armor department of Brittany, is full of original charm, offering plenty to see and do. Quintin is set in beautiful, lush green countryside, beside the River Gouet and within easy striking distance (about ten minutes!) of the coastal town of St Brieuc. Aside from its glorious location, Quintin is notable for being one of France's "petites cités de caractère", meaning that it is a place of historical interest.

Excellent facilities allowing you to enjoy life

Quintin is quite a lively town, and has excellent facilities that help to take the stress out of daily life. You don't have to leave town to find good local shops, supermarkets and even a traditional street market, which sets up its colourful stalls every Tuesday morning. The town also boasts banks, schools, health care and all other essential services. When it comes to enjoying life in Quintin, once the shopping is taken care of, you will find a good selection of bars and restaurants, a swimming pool, a pretty lake and delightful riverside walks.

Explore Quintin's sights and monuments

Quintin has much of historical interest, and a stroll around its old streets is a pleasure as you take in the mediaeval houses, many of which are listed, and the two chateaux. One of these can be visited, allowing you to spend a little time exploring its ornamental gardens and fabulously decorated and maintained interior. The chateau is also home to events such as Christmas markets, giving a supremely atmospheric setting!

Learn about the town's weaving heritage

Quintin was once an important weaving town and the heritage can be seen in the excellent Weaver's Museum in the town. Also on this theme is the yearly festival, the "Fête des Tisserands", held at the beginning of August. Riverside walks allow you to not only enjoy the countryside but also to see the remains of several water mills, and one, the Moulin de Perche, is still pressed into action for summer demonstrations.

Sports and leisure activities for all

If France for you means getting active in the fresh air every now and then, you will love the sports and leisure possibilities offered near Quintin. You'll have access to golf courses, leisure lakes for fishing, swimming and sailing, free tennis courts, horse-riding, great walking and cycling. Meanwhile close to Quintin you can discover some of the mysterious megaliths for which the region is famed, with the closest being the one known as "The Long Rock". There are various others in the locality, and the Tourist Office in town can supply details and maps.

Visit the seaside town of St Brieuc and mediaeval Dinan

Getting out and about simply has to involve a visit to the lovely seaside town of St Brieuc, just ten minutes drive from Quintin. St Brieuc has a great historic quarter, with half-timbered houses and an authentic ambience, and also benefits from great beaches and some of Brittany's best seafood restaurants. Further afield Dinan, a delightful walled mediaeval port city is a recommended addition to your itinerary, while inland the town of Guingamp is fascinating.

How to get there

The nearest airports are found at Dinard, Brest and Rennes. You can fly direct from the UK to all of these three. Dinard is served by Aurigny and Ryanair; Brest is served by Flybe and Ryanair; and Rennes by Flybe. St Malo and Roscoff are the nearest of the ferry ports, while drivers can find Quintin close to the D7, from the nearest major road which is the N12.

Property prices and availability in and around Quintin

With building plots for under 10,000 Euros, cottages from around 50,000 Euros and a beautiful traditional longere for less than 225,000 Euros, it is clear that the property market in and around Quintin at the time of writing is a very exciting place to be! Brittany, and especially perhaps the Côtes d'Armor, is perennially popular with property seekers and holidaymakers, and with prices as low as this it just has to be a good investment whether you want to live there full-time or use the property for holidays and rent it out the rest of the time.

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WHERE IS Quintin?

Quintin lies in the north-west of France, in the north of the Côtes d'Armor department.

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Population: 2,611

Access: By air: Fly to Dinard, Brest or Rennes direct from the UK. By boat: The nearest ferry ports are that of St Malo and Roscoff. By road: Quintin lies just off the D7 road.

Economy: The economy, once based on weaving, now involves agriculture, tourism and small commerce.

Interesting fact: Quintin was once an important centre for weaving. Evidence of this can be seen still, with a weaving museum and a weaver's festival held each August.

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