Saturday 31 May 2014


Locronan is a beautifully preserved stone village with houses dating back hundreds of years.
It is now a sort of theme village - almost all of the houses are either cute little shops, creperies, or restaurants. It is also often used as a film set and is pleasantly car free.
We had a lovely lunch of choucroute de la mer. It was quite adventurous for me, but I saw it being cooked on a market stall yesterday and it looked delicious. Most importantly, it wasn't scary, which is how I judge my food.
We are doing our best to try the local specialities, so we also bought some local cider, and caramel sauce for our tea.

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