Fly from Nice to Quimper

to discover southern Brittany

The quickest way to Quimper

Your Nice-Quimper direct flight will give you a holiday within a holiday! Get ready to discover to the capital of Cornouaille, the pearl of Brittany and the guardian of the Celtic spirit. But a flight from Nice to Quimper is also the start of a wonderful adventure in one of the most beautiful regions of France: the south of Brittany. From the headlands of Finistère to the elegant resorts of the Gulf of Morbihan, and from the thatched roofs of Kercanic to the menhirs of Carnac, explore this characterful and mysterious land.

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  • Useful information for your trip to Quimper

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    Which airline flies from Nice to Quimper? How much does a Nice-Quimper plane ticket cost? What are the Nice-Quimper flight times? Misterfly has the answers to all your questions, to help you plan your holiday in Brittany. Our partner will help you find the price and date you need, then you can book immediately to fly to the land of druids and fairies.

    Your Nice-Quimper direct flight

    With Hop! A Nice-Quimper non-stop flight to see Brittany’s treasures takes just 1h45.

    Don’t forget that even for a flight within France, if you have your boarding pass and you are travelling with hand luggage only, you should get to the airport an hour before your departure time. Allow an extra 15 minutes if you need to check in or put baggage in the hold.

    Departure airportNice Côte d’Azur Airport
    Departure terminalTerminal 2
    Arrival airport Quimper–Bretagne Airport

    Arriving at Quimper airport

    Quimper Airport is located in Pluguffan, just 5 kilometres from the capital of Finistère. To get to the centre of Quimper, you have the following options:

    • A taxi: you can find one parked in front of the terminal. You can also book your trip online before you arrive.
    • A hire car: there are four car hire companies in the Arrivals Hall.

What to do in
Quimper ?

Quimper isn’t only the gateway to southern Brittany, it is also one of its most beautiful treasures. Its half-timbered houses, its bridges over the Odet and the Steir, its squares and cobbled alleyways, its bagads (pipe and drum bands) and its pure-butter crêperies show that the Queen of Cornouaille is ready for the future while remaining proud of its past. This respect for history and traditions is also found in the neighbouring towns: Concarneau, Pont-Aven, Vannes and Bénodet



  • A region for nature lovers

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    You know what they say: first impressions are often the best. So get your holiday in Brittany off to a fantastic start by exploring Quimper. The town is spilling over with authentic Breton charm. The old town guarantees love at first sight, with the twin spires of the Cathedral of Saint Corentin, and the mediaeval houses on rue Kéréon or the Place au Beurre. Nobody can resist Quimper’s charms, not even children, who will love discovering the town, especially if the walk ends with a delicious sugar crêpe or a bombard and biniou (bagpipe) concert in the street.
    This first happy experience of Brittany will leave you wanting more. Hire a car for your family, and meander along the roads of Finistère and Morbihan, filling your memory with beautiful scenery and lovely memories: the landscapes of Pont-Aven that inspired Gauguin and many other painters, the untamed beauty of the Quiberon Peninsula, the jagged cliffs of the Pointe du Raz, the Gothic Revival architecture of the Château de Keriolet in Concarneau, and of course the mystery of the Carnac megaliths

  • The top 10 things to do in Quimper and southern Brittany

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    • Wander through the streets of Old Quimper, to admire its half-timbered houses, the oldest of which have been there for five centuries.
    • Explore the neighbourhood of Locmaria, another historical site in the capital of Cornouaille, and visit the Henriot factory, a pottery workshop that opened in 1690.
    • Get some food in Halles Saint-François, Quimper’s indoor market. You can enjoy a menu of seafood at the Bar Iodé and galettes at the Atelier Gourmand.
    • Stop for a drink at the Ceili Pub, a forty-year-old Breton pub, which is very popular with the locals for its live music and excellent choice of beers. Prefer cider? Head for Sistrot, a cider bar with an exceptional selection.
    • Celebrate your love by hanging a padlock marked with your names on the Pont Pissette, the oldest bridge in Quimper.
    • Take part in the Festival de Cornouaille, the event of the year for Breton culture, in late July. This week of concerts, fest noz (night festivals), sea shanties and embroidery workshops concludes with 3000 dancers and musicians parading in traditional dress.
    • Stop in Locronan, 20 minutes from Quimper, to admire its granite houses. This characterful village is one of the most beautiful in France.
    • Get inside the fortifications of the Ville Close, the walled town of Concarneau, for a scenic and mouthwatering stroll, not to mention a calorific one if you stop at the Maison du Kouign Amann.
    • Discover unbelievably charming old stone houses with their thatched roofs, by visiting the villages of Kerascoët and Kercanic, in Névez.
    • Go further afield to Morbihan to admire the magnificent landscapes of Quiberon, the famous Carnac menhirs and the pretty streets of Vannes.

Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Quimper flight take?

    The average flight time between Nice and Quimper is 1h55.

  • Which airline provides the Nice-Quimper direct flight?

    Hop! offers non-stop flights from Nice to Quimper, from early April to the end of August.

  • How many Nice-Quimper flights are there per week?

    There is only one flight a week between Nice and Cornouaille, each Saturday.

  • How much does a Nice-Quimper flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Quimper return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is €X.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Quimper?

    Pay no attention to what they say about the Breton climate. It is pleasant in summer, as the crowds at the Vieilles Charrues Festival, the Interceltique Festival or the Festival de Cornouaille will tell you. The last week in August is a fantastic time to visit southern Brittany. As the peak holiday season draws to an end, the towns and villages of Finistère and the Gulf of Morbihan are quieter. However, even though the days are already getting shorter, the light is particularly beautiful at this time of year and right up until the first weeks of autumn. The best time to visit Quimper and the surrounding area is the second half of spring. The roads are still quiet, the days are getting longer and warmer, and nature is resplendent and blooming. Even if you get some drizzle (a local speciality, just like crêpes and the biniou), just tell yourself that a little rain never hurt anyone!

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