You’ll find the historic port of Roscoff in Pays du Léon, a corner of France in Brittany’s Finistère that enjoys a gentle microclimate and prodigiously produces artichokes, cauliflowers and, most famously, the Roscoff pink onion! It is also well known to visitors from Ireland for cross-channel ferry links. But it’s most definitely worth making time to discover this captivating and quintessentially Breton town when staying at a Siblu holiday park – Domaine de Kerlann is closest, but Le Conguel (Quiberon, Brittany) and Les Pierres Couchées (Loire Atlantique, just south of Brittany) are also in the vicinity. Why go? Let’s find out more…


Our parks near Roscoff

Pont Aven

Situated just a few kilometres from stunning sandy beaches, Siblu’s Domaine de Kerlann is the perfect park for soaking in the beauty of southern Brittany. On-park, why not take advantage of 4 swimming pools, splash zones, incredible kids’ clubs and evening entertainment?

splash zones
Large outdoor splash zone
heated, covered pool
Indoor and outdoor heated pools
pet friendly accommodation
Pet-friendly accommodation available on request
Quiberon peninsula

With its unique location only 10 metres from the beach at the tip of Brittany’s Quiberon peninsula, Le Conguel is the perfect park for a stunning seaside getaway. The indoor and outdoor pool complexes, slides, and free kids’ clubs promise hours of family fun on-site.

tents and caravans
Tent and caravan pitches available
Beach picto
Beach 10 metres away
health and wellbeing
Small park, perfect for relaxing breaks
Saint Brevin les Pins

Sand in your toes, sea breeze in your hair… With miles upon miles of sandy beaches starting only 300 metres from your doorstep, Les Pierres Couchées is the place to be for the beach holiday of your dreams. On-park you’ll find fantastic slides, kids’ clubs and evening entertainment. Join in the fun!

Beach picto
300 metres from the beach
Spa bath
cycle paths at Bonne Anse Plage
Cycle paths accessible from the village

Roscoff at a glance


Car-free idyll

near beaches

The Ile de Batz

Restaurant picto

Onion Johnnies

All ages

The charismatic Vieux Port

Things to see and do in and around Roscoff

near beaches
Beaches and the great outdoors
Roscoff is exceptionally well placed for discovering Finistère’s wonderful beaches, whether westwards to the Pays-des-Abers or eastwards to the Bay of Morlaix and the Pink Granite coast. A short walk from the centre of town, the Jardin Exotique de Roscoff is also worth exploring for its exotic plants and scented gardens, while the young and young at heart of the group will enjoy letting off steam at the fun playground on Quai d’Auxerre.

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Things to do and special events
Meander the Vieux Port and the charming, narrow streets crammed with boutiques and galleries in the historic centre that is dominated by the Eglise Notre-Dame-de-Croaz-Batz. With its unusual Renaissance belfry it’s Roscoff’s most obvious sight and one of Brittany’s most impressive churches. If you can, visit around the third week of August for the annual Onion Festival. The town comes alive with music, dance, a torch-lit procession, and all manner of onion-related celebrations. A unique occasion, and a wonderfully memorable holiday experience.

All ages
Local discoveries and hidden gems
Take the 15-minute boat trip to the car-free idyll of Ile de Batz – there are plenty of glorious, sandy beaches, and at only two miles long, you can cross its length and breadth (walking or cycling) without breaking too much of a sweat! Or seek out the extraordinary Jardin Georges Delaselle. These gardens house 3,000 species of tropical plants from all five continents, and have unparalleled views back to the mainland. In Roscoff town, Maison des Johnnies is a quaintly eccentric museum dedicated to the men who, from the 1830s to the 1970s, brought the distinctively pink and sweet Roscoff onion to the British doorstep (think beret-sporting Frenchman on a bicycle heavy laden with onions – this is ‘Onion Johnnie’). Roscoff also does great French food – try a moules-frites in one of the atmospheric restaurants overlooking the harbour – and there are crêpe, galette and cider options aplenty. Don’t miss an opportunity to try kouign amann cake either – made of butter, sugar, and… more butter! An unctuously rich, sweet delight.
Building picto
Places to go
St-Vougay, south of Roscoff, for the 16th century fortified Château de Kerjean, with gardens and treasure hunt. Or take the lovely coast road along Morlaix bay to Morlaix itself, a medieval town of half-timbered houses, cobbled streets and an impressive 19th century viaduct.

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Getting to Roscoff from our parks



Distance/driving time from Domaine de Kerlann

130km/ 1 hour 45 minutes

Distance/driving time from Le Conguel

197km/ 2 hours 40 minutes

Distance/driving time from Les Pierres Couchées

286km/ 3 hours 30 minutes