There is no shortage of things to do in and around the Bay of Morlaix including sailing, surfing and kayaking. Inland from the bay, why not follow the ‘circuit des enclos paroissiaux discovery route’. These church closes are unique in France and comprise a church and bell tower, ossuary, calvary, cemetery and triumphal gateway all within a stone wall enclosure. They are unique, not only to the region, but also in the exceptionally monumental size of the churches and their annexes. These architectural gems, which were the work of local craftsmen, bear witness to the economic prosperity of the golden age of Brittany (15th – 17th centuries), particularly in areas of major production of hemp and flax. Examples can be seen at Berven, Lampaul Guimillau, Guimillau, Commana, Sizun, Locmélar, Saint-Servais and Bodilis.
It is impossible to talk about the Bay of Morlaix without mentioning the privateer port of Roscoff, a character town with superb 15th century houses and important regular links with the British Isles via car ferries. Roscoff is a seaside resort with numerous beaches, ideal for a holiday with family or friends. It was also the birthplace of thalassotherapy (seawater therapy) in 1899 and its heated seawater swimming pool is still open to everyone. After a day at the Thalassotherapy centre, make the most of the Casino and its slot machines. Roscoff has botanical gardens covering 1.5 hectares which are classified a "Jardin Remarquable"with plant collections mainly from the southern hemisphere (proteas, eucalyptus, callistemon) as well as a glasshouse with cacti and succulents.