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Experiences and know-how

Experiences and know-how

Are your clients interested in local know-how and heritage? From sleeping in a lighthouse to making a Breton bowl, many professionals have made it their business to share their knowledge through unique experiences! And for those who like to see how things are done, the industrial sector opens its doors to groups and individuals. Textiles, cider, seaweed and fish… Brittany has it all!


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Enjoy unique experiences with the people of Brittany

A visit to Brittany is also a chance to meet the friendly and generous locals! Proud of their region, Bretons are passionate about sharing their enthusiasm for local produce and know-how: seaweed, cider, buckwheat, linseed… Are your clients looking for something out of the ordinary? Navigate an old sailing ship, collect oysters, follow the trail of legends in Brocéliande… and even meet some dolphins! These “Breton experiences” promise a unique adventure, 100% made in Brittany, in the heart of typical Breton landscapes. A stroll through the charming little towns is the best way to discover true Breton craftsmanship. Colourful glassware, charming ceramics, luxurious leather goods… All authentic local souvenirs, made with passion, that will allow your clients to take home a little piece of Brittany to keep forever.

Meet the passionate people of Brittany

A look behind the scenes at local skills and expertise

Shipbuilding, cider making, biscuit making, renewable energies… Discovering the history and know-how of Brittany through its industrial beacons and small artisan workshops is another original idea for those interested in technological progress. Are your clients into fashion? Head for the Armor-lux workshops in Quimper! From design to dyeing to retail, the emblematic Breton sailor clothing is just waiting to be discovered. In the mood for food? Why not pay a visit to a Finistère biscuit factory or one of the region’s many fish canning factories? On the other side of the Gulf, La Maison du Cidre uncorks the history of “Breton champagne”. And there’s a tasting session too!

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