From 19 to 23 July 2023, Quimper will be living to the rhythm of the 100th anniversary of the Cornouaille Kemper Festival, giving you the chance to discover the diversity of Breton culture!


Convocation at the old port of Bénodet to board the Vedettes de l'Odet for a commented cruise on the Odet. Coming down from the Montagnes Noires, the Odet is well deserving of its title of " most beautiful river in France ". The generous nature has shaped the place. From the vires-courts and its swirls of foam to the majestic flight of an ashy heron, from Porz Meillou to the cove of Saint Cadou, the Odet changes its face to better surprise you. Return to the quay around noon.

Lunch in a traditional restaurant.

Guided tour of Locronan, Small City of CharacterThe town, which has retained all its charm, owes its wealth to the sailcloth trade in the 15th century. This charming town owes its wealth to the sailcloth trade in the 15th century, and is famous for its Troménie (a large religious procession held every six years).

Installation in your hotel*** in Quimper. Welcome drink. Dinner at the hotel. Overnight stay.


Breakfast at the hotel. The Kemper Cornouaille FestivalA major event in Breton culture is celebrating its 100th anniversary, and there's no reason to miss it. Attend the festive parade "where you can admire seated* more than 2000 dancers and pipers in the heart of Quimper's historic quarter.
*limited seating capacity.

Lunch at your own expense.

Free time to soak up the festive atmosphere of the town and its free entertainment, street shows, concerts and festivals. quais en fête where more than 80 craftsmen showcase their skillslive broadcast (venue to be confirmed) the election of the Queen 2023.

Don't miss this not-to-be-missed event in the late afternoon, the Triomphe des Sonneurs: a large-scale gathering of over 500 musicians who all sing together melodies, marches and dance tunes along the quays of the Odet closing this day of celebration in unison.

Please contact us if you would like to book a seat for the parade.