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Top Choice Gastronomy in Roscoff

Le Brittany

Splash out on the best of Breton seafood at this Michelin-starred restaurant on the seafront at the east end of town. Chef Loïc Le Bail sources top local ingredients and crafts creative, artfully presented dishes in…
Top Choice Brasserie in Roscoff

Le Surcouf

Bang in the heart of Roscoff, this brasserie serves excellent seafood. You can choose your own crab and lobster from the window tank, tuck into the classic fish soup or opt for a heaped platter of fresh shellfish. P…
Top Choice Church in Roscoff

Église Notre Dame de Kroaz-Batz

With its spectacular Renaissance belfry rising above the flat landscape, the most arresting sight in Roscoff is this unique church at the heart of the old town, a 16th-century Flamboyant Gothic structure and one of …
Museum in Roscoff

Maison des Johnnies et de l’Oignon de Roscoff

Photographs at this popular museum trace Roscoff's roaming pink-onion farmers, known as 'Johnnies', from the early 19th century. The onion farmers gave rise to the classic British stereotype of Frenchmen in berets c…
Modern French in Roscoff

L'Écume des Jours

Regarded as one of the best restaurants in town, this elegant place is housed inside a former shipowner's house and serves magnificent, inventive local dishes that marry seafood with land-lubbers' delights. An excel…
Gardens in Roscoff

Le Jardin Exotique de Roscoff

Wander through 3500 species of exotic plants (many from the southern hemisphere) at this impressive garden on the coast; for an exhaustive list of plants in the garden, consult the website. It's a well-sign-posted 1…
Crêpes in Roscoff

Crêperie Ty Saozon

Watch the making of handmade artisan crêpes and galettes, then devour them at this award-winning crêperie in the heart of the old town – it's been serving contented diners for almost three decades. The homey, intima…
Museum in Roscoff

Centre de Découverte des Algues

Learn all about local seaweed harvesting at this enthusiastically run museum, which also organises guided walks and gives regular free lectures (often in English and German). There's also a shop.