Port of Roscoff

About Roscoff, Guide and Tourist Attractions
(Roscoff, Brittany, France)

Roscoff is a picturesque fishing village situated on the enchanting coast of west Brittany. Excellent toll-free highways link the town with a number of localities across Brittany.

Today, Roscoff is a small resort village with a vibrant ambience and many historical attractions.

What to do in Roscoff

The town's finest beach can be found at Laber which is situated under a mile from the town centre. Accommodation at this beach can be expensive, but it is a great spot for a relaxing.

The Isle De Batz can be reached by rented boat and makes for a pleasant day trip. Boats leave from the Pointe de Bloscon which is where the fishermen's white chapel can be found.

Tourist Attractions

Located in the heart of the town, the Notre-Dame-de-Croas-Batz is a church dating back to the 16th century. You can find this impressive building at the end of rue Gambetta. The church is decorated with an ornate Renaissance bell tower and features a protruding stone cannon.

The Seaweed Discovery Centre provides interesting information and activities on seaweed. Visitors are able to study it under a microscope and learn how to prepare meals with it. The Second World War Museum displays a large collection of weapons, vehicles, documents and pictures of the period.

Several outstanding restaurants are situated in the old town. Housed in a 16th century mansion, the Arcades restaurant offers excellent French cuisine at a very reasonable rate. If you would like to visit a livelier establishment, the Bellevue, near the ferry terminal, is very popular with both locals and visitors.

Roscoff Port

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