Day 5 in Brittany - Oyster farming, glassblowing, and sailing 101

A busy day of learning new skills for all three teams! The Gastronomy & Local Products duo took a privateer cooking class and became oyster farmers for the day in Cancale, while the Between Land & Sea team embarked on an excursion aboard the Saint C'hireg old rig departing from Perros-Guirec. Keep reading to learn more about their adventures!

Happiness in an oyster shell

The Gastronomy and Local Products team attended a privateer cuisine workshop. It is a simple, healthy and joyful cuisine focused on spices and the sea. Later, they tried the job of oyster farmers at the Cancale Oyster Park! Famous for its remarkable taste, Cancale has long been renowned for its oysters and shellfish.

From crafty to blissful

The Art & Culture team attended a textile workshop in Paimpol to learn about the creation of a French peacoat. They then discovered the art of glass blowing with cane at the "Verglass" workshop. The duo ended the day by exploring the Maison Yves Rocher and spent a relaxing evening at the Eco-Hotel Spa La Grée des Landes.

''Cast off all lines!”

The Between Land & Sea team had an exhilarating excursion onboard the Saint C'hireg, an old sailing ship. The rust and caramel coloured sails of this 1920s cray fishing vessel replica are a perfect match for the green hull.

Follow their daily adventures and vote for your favourite experience until October 12. You could win a trip for two (External link) to Brittany (External link) with Air France!