Stay to discover North Finistère
Places to visit in North Finistère
Have you never been sightseeing in North Finistère before? The beauty of the landscapes will blow your mind. You will also be surprised by the rich heritage of the surroundings of the Camping Paradis in Roscoff. A few minutes away by car, you will have the opportunity to discover the treasures of Morlaix and its bay.
Among the must-see sites in northern Finistère, you will undoubtedly visit the island of Batz, facing the Perharidy peninsula. The cities of Roscoff and Saint-Pol-de-Léon will charm you with their picturesqueness. Don’t miss the natural and historical heritage of the Pays de Landivisiau, as well as the fine sandy beaches of Pouescat.
Discover the activities to do during your stay
Between land and sea, the tourism activities in North Finistère are varied and will satisfy the most sporty holidaymakers such as seniors and families with very young children. In addition to the many sites to visit, you can go on wonderful hikes, rent bikes, and discover the surroundings on the heritage circuits.
Water activities are of course king in North Finistère, from fishing to sea excursions, surfing and sand yachting. Many family activities also await you during your stay at the Camping Paradis de la Pointe de Roscoff: the incredible exotic gardens of Roscoff and the Ile de Batz, as well as the animal park La Ferme d’Eden. Above all, don’t miss a thalassotherapy session in one of the establishments in Roscoff, Plouescat or Plouider!
Cultural visits to do in North Finistère
A perfect destination to discover Breton heritage, the Bay of Morlaix and the Pointe de Roscoff sector is home to a number of major tourist sites in northern Finistère.
The large lighthouse of the island of Batz, 15 minutes away by sea shuttle, can be admired from the sea or from land. The religious heritage is particularly rich, with parish enclosures unique in Europe and sublime churches such as the cathedral of Saint-Pol-de-Léon.
You can also visit castles with your family! Those of Kerjean, Maillé, Kérouzéré or Kergounadéac’h will transport you through time. Your walks will also lead you to meet impressive megaliths, emblematic of Brittany. As for visits, head for the Roscoff fish market, the Monts d’Arrée ecomuseum or the Maison de l’Artichaut in Saint-Pol-de-Léon !