Finding pearls in Brittany

It’s easy to forgive this part of France for its unpredictable weather

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
27th March, 2016
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Aboard the Arjantilez off Perros-Guirec coast Picture: R Gladu

There are worse places to have unpatriotic thoughts than the Bay of Cancale. It’s July, and while the weather has been predictably unpredictable for the week or so we’ve been in Brittany, today the sun has come out just in time for us to dive into this area’s main attraction: oysters.

I’ve eaten oysters all over Ireland, and I am sorry to say that none of them has come...

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