After a relaxing and enjoyable lunch in the beautiful medieval town of Morlaix, followed by a little light retail therapy, (it was very nearly my birthday after all), we drove along the stunning Pink Granite coast and ended up in Roscoff.
Roscoff is a ‘Petite cité de caractère de Bretagne’ justifiably awarded for its stunning historical architecture and commitment to preservation. It is also home to the headquarters of the rather splendid Brittany Ferries and since the late 1800’s to those agricultural entrepreneurs who later became known as the ‘onion johnnies‘ of Roscoff
The oignon rose de Roscoff is so important locally it has its own museum and an annual two day festival! Check out more details on my webpage Maison des Johnnies et de l’oignon de Roscofff