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Charming Roscoff is an ancient fishing port with Breton stone and whitewashed houses and restaurants lining the harbour, an impressive church, and ferry trips to the Island of Batz.
Warmed by the Gulf Stream, the area has a unique microclimate (perfect for vegetable growing), and an abundance of secluded sandy coves and, sheltering in nearby bays, numerous picture postcard fishing villages.

The nearby market town of Morlaix – dominated by the impressive Paris-Brest rail viaduct – is an international yachting harbour with medieval streets packed with tempting shops and inviting creperies.

The westernmost Channel port, Roscoff is the entry point for all corners of Brittany itself, and beyond to the Loire Valley, Poitou Charentes, the Dordogne and Aquitaine.

Roscoff Routes

Plymouth

6h / 9h

March- November

Cork

13-15h

March- November

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Nearby Destinations to Roscoff

Île de Batzxxx15 mins
Morlaix30 mins55 mins1h 30x
Perros Guirec1h 25x4h 20x
Brest1h1h 553h 30x
Quimper1h 253h5h 20x
Vannes2h 305h10hx
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