Unmissable tourist sites
Rochefort-en-Terre Travel guide
Rochefort-en-Terre : Michelin's recommendations
Built on a promontory overlooking the Gueuzon Valley, this village occupies a magnificent site. The scenery is composed of rocky outcrops, woodland, ravines, orchards and old houses, their window boxes planted with geraniums (rue du Porche, place des Halles and place du Puits). It’s hard not to be charmed by this place. 3km away, the Parc de préhistoire de Bretagne merits a detour: around thirty displays recreate the age of dinosaurs and man’s evolution from the Paleolithic to the Neolithic.
10 rue du Porche F - 56220 Rochefort-en-Terre
"Hotel : In one of France's ""most beautiful villages"", there is a listed residence with mid-16th-century granite facades that has the power to bring history alive. Each of the five guest rooms evokes a period in history thr..
"16th and 18th century residence, situated at the heart of the village. The hotel & restaurant ""Le Pélican"" welcomes guests all year round to a rustic setting. Enjoy refined cuisine, in a warm & friendly atmosphere, seated ..
12 r. St-Michel F - 56220 Rochefort-en-Terre
This restaurant is set in a house with musical soul: there are regular performances by the pianist owner. The building has a union of old stones (14C tower) and modern furniture, while the cuisine is well-interpreted and contemporary.
pl. des Halles F - 56220 Rochefort-en-Terre
Exposed beams, a gigantic fireplace and carved wood furnishings lend this 16C and 18C residence a rustic elegance. The regional cooking dabbles in current trends. Adorable, perfectly maintained rooms.