Are you looking for a campsite in Roscoff or the surrounding area for your next holiday? Discover our campsite in northern Finistère located 35 km from Roscoff!
Mobile home holiday rental in Roscoff
Allow yourself to be charmed by the bewitching landscapes of northern Finistère by hiring a mobile home near Roscoff. On the Côte des Légendes, the Slow Village campsite invites you to sample the peace of its pedestrianized seaside campsite from a holiday rental with all modern conveniences, both atypical and contemporary. The Breizh Légendes campsite is aimed at holidaymakers who are lovers of the great outdoors and the out-of-the-ordinary, as well as holidaymakers who enjoy comfort and luxury. Opposite the sea, bivouac tents and Premium cabins, two types of accommodation open to the countryside, await you. These can be hired respectively from €39 for 2 nights per bivouac tent, and from €61 for 2 nights per cabin. With no private bathroom installations, these holiday rentals however have the advantage of their quality bedding, their equipped kitchen area and their terrace with a sea view. If you prefer the traditional comfort and “feeling at home” that comes with a Roscoff mobile home holiday rental, opt for a cottage! The Breizh Légendes campsite offers you, from €55 for 2 nights, cottages with two or three bedrooms, from 30 m2 to 33 m2, to accommodate 4 to 6 persons. Amongst cottages with two bedrooms feature a holiday rental entirely adapted to people with reduced mobility.
A former privateer city and haunt for smugglers, Roscoff is a must-see destination in northern Finistère. Its area occupies a peninsula over the Bay of Morlaix. Right opposite, 15 minutes away by boat, is the island of Batz. On holiday in the Roscoff campsite, do not miss discovering the remarkable developed heritage of the city, indeed as much religious as civil: the old harbour and its landing stage, the lighthouse 24 metres high, the Sainte-Anne and Sainte-Barbe chapels, the beautiful shipowners residences built between the 15th and 17th centuries, the Notre-Dame du Croaz Batz church and its ossuary, or even the remains of the city walls by the sea. A little tourist train goes all over the city to enable you to discover its treasures. The Maison des Johnnies is a museum not to be missed to discover the history of the Roscoff pink onion merchants, who crossed the sea in the 19th century to sell their harvest in Great Britain. The Roscoff pink onion is also celebrated in the city at the end of August. In the month of July, the city comes alive for the Fête de la Mer (Festival of the Sea). Roscoff is also a sought-after destination for thalassotherapy: several establishments offer cures and treatments just a stone’s throw from the sandy beaches.