01 – La Perle de Quéhan – Maison Quintin
“Chez Quintin” in southern Brittany, oysters have been farmed for three generations! On fine days, flat and Pacific oysters, clams, crabs and crayfish can be enjoyed on the large terrace with a view of the river Crac’h until the sun goes down. On request, visit the Perle de Quéhan and discover the oyster farming universe.
02 – Huîtres Arin – La Ferme Marine Paimpolaise
Go and try the oyster bar on Pointe de Kerarzic. Oysters, clams and tapas from Conserverie La Paimpolaise join this menu in an unspoilt setting facing Beauport Abbey. With the incredible view of the sunset, this is an eating place not to miss.
03- Au Rythme des Marées
Introduce your customers to oyster farming and the marine environment! Yvan Sélo, oyster farmer in Baden, in the Gulf of Morbihan, proposes an authentic Breton experience on-board the “Rythme des Marées”. During the trip, customers are invited to get off and turn the oyster bags. The crossing ends with tasting on-board, with comments from Yvan.
04 – Algoplus
In Roscoff, on the Côte des Légendes, Algoplus is an artisanal cannery of edible seaweed. It’s the opportunity for your customers to learn more about this little-known product that is excellent for health. They will watch the product being canned and discover all of the product’s flavours during a free tasting session.