Products from the Land
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Products from the Land

The local products are rich, and as you walk around, they will be eager to reveal their secrets. For those with a sweet tooth, the biscuit factory of St BRIEUC in Yffiniac allows you to discover the famous Kouign Amann, the Breton cakes and galettes...

Their know-how is of course also recognised for their salted butter caramels and their jams, how could you not succumb? If you like honey, in Saint Alban, come and discover the BeeFlora shop (black bee honey) just next to the laboratory for the extraction and packaging of honey. For those looking for a less sweet taste, we recommend you visit Marion's cannery in the direction of Cap Fréhel in Plurien, an artisanal workshop where you will find a range of rillettes with 100% organic ingredients.

Brittany is not the region of cheese, everyone knows it but nevertheless the campsite is surrounded by cheese factories on one side by cow's milk cheeses like the Vaumadeuc farm in Pléneuf Val André, which since 1987 proposes exceptional tommes, fresh cheese but also ice creams... Just next door you find in Planguenoual, a producer of organic goat's cheese Pampilles et Cabrioles (possibility of visits).

At the Erquy market on Monday evening, you can find all their ranges of logs, logs, as well as their range of flavoured or unflavoured crottins, a great discovery. To the east of the campsite, two other organic goat farms have set up shop. The Cap goat farm in Plevenon, 800m from the Fort La Latte, offers a nice range of crottin cheese, logs, crowns, pyramids and tomme. You can also find them at the Erquy market on Saturdays. The Fréhel goat farm is also organic, it transforms its milk into cheese of course but also into faisselle, fromage blanc and yoghurts. You can find their products on the Val André market through the Binée Paysanne.