01 – Les Verreries de Bréhat
Île de Bréhat
The former citadel on Bréhat Island is now home to one of the stars of French glass-making. From molten glass, lamps and decorative objects take shape before your customers’ eyes, who will be able to admire the skill of the glass-blowers at work in their workshops.
02- Fluid : les verreries de Belle-Île en Mer
Belle-Île en Mer
On Belle-Île, Fluid groups together young glass-maker artisans who handle glass with talent and originality. Their contemporary creations illustrating purity and transparency are displayed alongside to provide a better understanding of their gestures in front of the hot ovens.
03 – La Faïencerie Henriot
How is it possible to visit Quimper without entering Faïencerie Henriot, a veritable institution known for its famous two-handled bowls? Behind the scenes of this tableware factory that has marked the history of the town, unique hand-painted creations come to life during the visit.
04 – La Savonnerie d’Ouessant
In Ushant, sea water, honey, seaweed and local marine plants are used to make 100% natural cold-saponified soaps. This soap-shop/apothecary proposes a tour of its workshops to better understand how these soaps, which have the scent of the tip of the world, are made.