1 . La Belle-Iloise - Roscoff
2 Rue Gambetta
Love seafood, love Brittany. So why not bring some home too? You probably don't want fresh fish stinking out your car on the way back, so a visit to La Belle Iloise is a good alternative - an épicerie fine with a fantastic range of gourmet canned fish and jars of authentic Breton fish soups.
Using only the finest natural ingredients prepared according to the tastiest recipes, all of La Belle-Iloise's products are a taste of Brittany to savour whenever you want once you're back home. Pick up a selection box as a gift... and another to enjoy for yourself!
Find out more: www.labelleiloise.fr
2. Armor Lux - Morlaix
14 Rue d'Aiguillon
It's one of those quintessentially Breton images - fishermen bringing in a catch wearing their stripy tops. And Armor Lux has been providing Bretons with these jumpers since 1938. The brand is known throughout the region with shops in many towns including Morlaix and the brand's home town of Quimper.
There's a fantastic range of tops and jumpers for all the family - from the littlest ones (including some adorable stripy babygrows) to the grown ups, and a whole host of other outdoorsy clothing with a nautical theme that's inspired by Brittany's affinity with the sea.
Find out more: www.armorlux.com/en
3. Cidres Domaine de Kervéguen - Guimaëc
The Breton climate is perfect for apple-growing and you'll see orchards all around the region bursting with fruit. From these apples comes some truly fantastic ciders - clear or cloudy, dry or sweet, light or strong - all made from the finest apple juice using traditional, hand-made methods.
See if you can find your favourite at the Domaine de Kervéguen in Guimaëc, established in 1997, where you can visit the cider farm and its seven hectares of orchards before sampling some of the best cider that Brittany has to offer.
Find out more: www.kerveguen.fr
4. A l'Aise Breizh - Morlaix
11 Place des Otages
You'll probably see the quirky little logo of A l'Aise Breizh in all kinds of places across Brittany. Based in Morlaix, the brand celebrates the region with its offbeat humour on a huge range of products. From t-shirts and hoodies to soup bowls and car stickers, there's a souvenir here for everyone.
The clothing has a sporty nautical twist and there are lots of designs to choose from so you can celebrate your love of Brittany with a distinctive piece that suits you. And if all you want is a fridge magnet, A l'Aise Breizh has got you covered as there's a souvenir for all pockets so you don't have to break the bank.
Find out more: shop.alaisebreizh.com
5. Comptoir de la Butte - Plouider
12 Rue de la Mer
Having just opened in February 2016, the épicerie fine in the restaurant of the Hotel Spa de la Butte is not to be missed if you really want to go gourmet with the food you bring home. Selected by the head chef of the Michelin star restaurant, the products on sale here have been hand-picked for their exquisite flavours.
Browse the comptoir's selection including various jars and bottles of delectable foodstuffs as well as the fresh counter that serves some wonderful Breton charcuterie, smoked fish and local cheeses.
Find out more: www.labutte.fr
What are your favourite shops in and around Roscoff? Tell us about them in the comments below.