From the port of Moguériec or Roscoff, you can go on an excursion to this island with many activities. During your walks or bike rides, you will discover the charming little fishing port of the island, the Georges Delaselle garden or the magnificent white sand beaches bordered by dunes. An ideal spot for swimmers. So, take advantage of your holidays at the campsite to visit the Ile de Batz.
A picturesque town, St Pol de Leon is full of beautiful monuments such as the Cathedral Basilica of Paul Aurelian or the “Prebendale” house. Don’t hesitate to climb the largest bell tower in Brittany in the Chapel of Our Lady of the Kreisker. While going for a walk by the sea, take a short detour through the Dolmen de Kerangouez which takes us back to the time of prehistory.
Climb up to the Chapel of St. Beard. Admire the splendid views of Roscoff, its harbour and its fishponds, its old town and of course batz Island which is right across the street.
Lizard along the old buildings of the old town of Roscoff. A large number of small independent shops and restaurants live there to your delight.
Are you an expert botanist or just love the beautiful plantations from all over the world? Then head to Roscoff’s sublime exotic and botanical garden.
We also recommend a nice hike on the GR34: depart from the port to the Perharidy peninsula. You will discover beautiful landscapes with stunning views of Roscoff and Batz Island, or beautiful little coves. You will see beautiful buildings such as the Château du Laber or the Church of Our Lady of Croaz Batz. At the end of the route you will arrive on the peninsula housing a nature reserve.
For food lovers, take a tour of the places dedicated to our gastronomic terroir. Discover the history of roscoff’s famous onion (AOP) at the House of Johnnies and Roscoff Onion. On the sea side, take a stroll around the auction gallery, or Algoplus to discover the craft of a goemonier.
Finally, to learn more about this beautiful city, take an excursion in the small tourist train. You will learn a lot of stories, each more attractive than the other.