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Traditional Breton town with a modern heart

The town of Questembert is situated in picturesque southern Brittany, not too far from the coast or its department's capital, Vannes. And although it has the looks and architecture of a traditional Breton town, Questembert has a modern heart which thrives on youth and vigour.

A lively atmosphere

So it should come as no surprise that Questembert has a lively atmosphere, and is a place where there is always plenty going on. The town has a good number of cafés, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes, and there are also no less than three supermarkets in the town.

A market town with a difference

Questembert is also a market town but with an important difference. Instead of being held outdoors in the streets and squares, like most of the weekly markets in France, Questembert's weekly market is held indoors in the fabulous market halls for which the town is famed. And it is an experience to savour!

Questembert's famous halls

The sixteenth century halls were restored to their full former glory in 1998, and now not only provide an atmospheric venue for the market, but also a place for festivals, celebrations and exhibitions. The arts festival, held yearly in the halls, attracts over 10,000 people and the music plays well into the night!

Traffic free zone

If you are in search of a little peace and quiet, or if you enjoy cycling and walking, you need to head for the traffic free route from Questembert to Mauron. Known as La Voie Verte, the route stretches for 56 kilometres, and is completely free of motorised traffic. Paradise for walkers and cyclists!

Perfectly placed for the coast

Questembert, whilst not on the seaside itself, is perfectly placed for easy access to the lovely coastline of southern Brittany. A boat trip to the many little islands is a delight, or you may wish to simply spend the time dining on delicious fresh seafood and enjoying the scenery. The nearby beautiful town of Vannes also has much to offer visitors.

How to get there

It is easy to reach Questembert from the UK, as budget airline Ryanair offers direct flights into two nearby airports, Brest and Dinard. The ferry ports of St Malo, Roscoff, Caen and Cherbourg provide another possibility too, for those who enjoy ferry travel, or who need to bring their own vehicle to France.

Property prices and availability in and around Questembert

Property in the south of the Morbihan department, where Questembert is located, tends to be more expensive then that in the north, as it is closer to the coast. Brittany, particularly coastal Brittany, is popular with holidaymakers, so if you were to buy in Questembert there will probably be a good rental income to be earned, should you decide to let the property when you ate not using it yourself.

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Questembert AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Questembert?

The town of Questembert is found in north-west France, in the south-east of the department of Morbihan.

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Population: 6,107

Access: By air: Fly with Ryanair into Brest or Dinard. By boat: Take a ferry to the Breton ports of Roscoff or St. Malo, or the ports of Caen or Cherbourg in nearby Normandy.

Economy: There is a diverse and thriving economy in Questembert. The economy is also boosted by the festivals and events held in the superbly restored market halls for which the town is famous.

Interesting fact: The market halls, the glory of Questembert, were restored in 1998. In celebration of its heritage, the town hosts a free arts festival in the halls every year, attracting over 10,000 visitors.

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