Musée Départemental Breton
Beside the cathedral, recessed behind a magnificent stone courtyard, this superb museum showcases Breton history, furniture, costumes,...
Jardin de l'Évêché
Musée des Beaux-Arts
The ground-floor halls are home to some fairly morbid 16th- to 20th-century European paintings, but things lighten up on the upper...
Crêperie La Krampouzerie
Crêpes and galettes made from organic flours and regional ingredients like algues d'Ouessant (seaweed), Roscoff onions and homemade...
Lonely Planet review
At the centre of the city is its cathedral with its distinctive kink, said to symbolise Christ's inclined head as he was dying on the cross. Construction began in 1239 but the cathedral's dramatic twin spires weren't added until the 19th century. High on the west facade, look out for an equestrian statue of King Gradlon, the city's mythical 5th-century founder.