Mr. Studio © black wheat Galette / Fotolia


What if your Morbihan get away becomes an opportunity for a gourmet interlude … Whilst exploring the region, discover the regional delights, in rich flavours from land and sea.


More essential in Brittany than the pretzel is in Alsace, Breton pancakes are eaten at will: sweet or savoury, made from wheat or buckwheat, soft gold "kraz" (crispy, in Breton)... you will find as many recipes as there are families in Morbihan. Everyone has their own method, history, and secret ingredient! Butter and sugar perfume the cities and streets: there is not a single village square without a Pancake House, not a market without a "Bilig", not a festival without sausage patty! This unusually presented, surprisingly garnished, gastronomic icon of Britany will surprise you with its subtle blend of originality and tradition. One thing is certain; It will be even better accompanied by a bowl of Royal Guillevic cider, the only Breton cider certified red label!

  • Le cidre © Vision AD / Fotolia

    Bottle of cider

  • La crêpe au sucre © Fotolia



Sea coast, the 900 km of coastline offers a range of fresh ocean produce. Fish and shellfish dishes adorn plates with the flavour of the sea. It tastes like your feet are in the sea!
A sweet tooth? Sooth it withcreamy, salted butter, caramel, as a sauce or in sweets... and why not a "mm", the famous cylindricallollypop, made exclusively in Quiberon?
There is no. doubt that Morbihan cooking is good! Kouign Amann, Andouille Deguemene, Rhuys cheese with chestnuts, not to mention sea water beer or the Breizh Cola, the professionals, producers and heads of Morbihan know how to tantalise your taste buds and satisfy your culinary curiosity. Push open the doors of a gourmet pancake house, a local gold one star Michelin restaurant... Breton gastronomy is waiting for you!

  • Andouille de Guéméné © Cynoclub / Fotolia

    andouille de Guémené

  • Caramel au beurre salé © M. Studio / Fotolia

    Salted butter caramel

  • Gastronomie de la mer au restaurant le ruban bleu © A. Lamoureux

    from the Ribbon Seafood restaurant

You can also experience Morbihan at the table. Take advantage of your stay here to investigate local specialties: taste, enjoy, savour! Your postcards will have taste!

Les rillettes de poissons © Groix nature

Fish rillettes