#1 Quimperlé, where the two meet
A stroll through Quimperlé takes you back in time to the narrow medieval streets, the abbey church of Sainte-Croix and the fine residences of rue Brémond d'Ars, which reflect the great commercial activity of the 19th century. Taking the time to look around is the best way to make sure you don't miss out on the details of the facades, the rue Dom Morice which hides the magnificent Maison des Archers, the Halles built in 1887 and the medieval bridge known as the Pont Fleuri.
On the hill of Saint-Michel, known as the upper town, the church of Notre-Dame de l'Assomption watches over the town and its rivers, like a lighthouse overlooking the sea. A few steps away, in the little street that bears its name, the Frémeur hospital, a monument unique in Brittany, is revealed.