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Set on the sea and the salt marshes, Mesquer-Quimiac has kept its authentic character.


Just south of Brittany, it owes its reputation to its oyster parks, the beauty of its landscapes, its port, its salt marshes, its fauna and flora.


Its fine sandy beaches follow one another from the Pointe de Merquel to the Lanséria beach, with panoramic views of Dumet Island, the Pointe de Pen Bé, the Mine d'Or beach, and on a clear day, the Rhuys peninsula.


Its seaside villas can be discovered in the pine woods of Quimiac.


The small port of Kercabellec, the place to be for oyster and shellfish lovers, is one of the smallest ports in France and welcomes, in its "souilles", traditional wooden boats. Nearby, the "Skol ar mor" school builds wooden boats in the transmission of traditional know-how. 


Many walks organised by the tourist office allow you to discover the different landscapes of Mesquer.


In terms of culture, Mesquer presents exhibitions at the Maison du Patrimoine in the historic town and in the tourist area of Quimiac. Its beautiful Artymès hall, one of the only ones on the peninsula, presents shows throughout the year..



Main events : la session Irlandaise, sea festival, book fair, horse show 

Horse clubs : Bel Air ry Querelo 

-The market, every Wednesday morning in July and August

-The Mesquer golf course

Sports complex of La Vigne

Rue des Sports

44420 Mesquer

02 40 42 64 37

-Skol ar Mor, international centre for the transmission of traditional maritime know-how

Salorge de Kercabellec
1300 rue Bel Air
44420 Mesquer

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