This is a place where you will find flagship fishing and French seafood. And the Roscoff, is one of the world's most prized for its flavor and texture. Corsair is a city located in the Bay of Morlaix which opens dynamic modern twenty-first century history. Its historic core XVI century is right in the middle of a granite block full of plants. It has been a leading place of trade since the 16th century. First, it featured the food industry, then, spouts of tourism with tourists from British Isles and Paris, mostly. Its charm has attracted poets, painters and writers. It is a city that has been besieged thousand times and a thousand times victorious against the British. Even today, it serves as a meeting between countries. It is an international maritime center and has ferries running between France and the United Kingdom. The ferries go through the Channel.
I'll present one of the most wonderful places I've ever traveled to in the world (although I have many more places to see). It's a tiny island in Brittany. You can take your bike in order to enjoy all the wonders it offers. It arrives in a tiny boat that reminded me of my native Cádiz your steamer. Take a snack (something as French) waterfront is one of the pleasures of life.
Beautiful Gothic church with an incredible Renaissance tower, visible from almost anywhere in the city. Inside we were surprised by its roof and big organ and that the roof was in the shape of an inverted boat, which is quite common in Britain. The church was constructed by the owners and merchants of the city, for this reason (and then it was important for traders highlight) the tower is so high.