Seeking to revive the cider tradition, the Cidrerie de Menez Brug has become very renowned for the quality of its produce, not just cider (it is said that the one from Fouesnant is the best in the world), but also Brittany Pommeau, lambig de Cornouaille and apple juice.
Based in the heart of the verdant countryside, the cider works is designed to be accessible to all: the farm's shop is open all year round and the cider works can be visited on Wednesdays from mid-June to mid-September.
The walled town of Concarneau is a small islet measuring 350 meters long and still surrounded by ramparts built in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Inside, granite or half timbered houses and mansions are packed tightly against each other. Between the terraces of the cafes and restaurants and the shops, the walled town of Concarneau transports you to the past. A true historic haven, the walled town of Concarneau which was fortified in the Middle Ages encloses all the history of this community of fishermen.
Cannery founded in 1893, the Conserverie Courtin is the oldest in the town of Concarneau. Its speciality? Confit of scallops.
Originally, the cannery worked only with fresh scallops. Over the years, the cannery also specialised in tuna, mackerel, as well as handmade soups and fish rillettes.
At the Site de la Mer blanche, you can see a wonderful biodiversity but also a patchwork of landscapes. The lagoon is divided on the north side, where as the north west part is a part of the resort of Bénodet.
The eastern part forms a bog rarely submerged. This site is a real attraction for tourists, but also the locals, who regularly go to bathe in this Site de la Mer blanche.
In Pays fouesnantais, come and take part in the confection of the most gourmet Breton pastries: the essential kouign amann, but also Breton cake, Far Breton, biscuits (palets, galettes, madeleines, etc.) and "lichouseries": caramels, honeys, jams, etc. All made from extra-fresh churned butter and Breton ingredients!
The shop also offers a choice of local produce and alcohols (chouchens, ciders, etc.) ! Treat yourself!