On its 20th anniversary, the fishing town of Guilvinec continues to develop by creating a link between the discovery of the marine world and the pleasure of taste. Once it reopens to the public, and is scheduled to take place on June 9th, Haliotika It will introduce a new service: a tasting area dedicated to the flavors of Bijodin and Breton. The annex, located on the panoramic terrace, will provide an array of local produce to eat or take away. Canned fish, seaweed clog, spotting dishes and of course langoustines from galvanic fishing vessels. “We had to respond to the strong demand from curious visitors and visitors to the Belvedere,” says director Anna Latimer. “Two terraces will be created to accommodate gourmets on the one hand, and on the other hand, local companies in order to enhance their knowledge,” adds President Daniel Le Balch.
Thanks to its good financial condition, Haliotika was able to borrow € 180,000 to support this project organized by Paul Champs. An initiative that will lead to additional seasonal employment.
The extension will be open during Discovery Center hours and closed in the evening (June 9 to July 6, Monday through Friday 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm). From May 19 to June 9, Haliotika will be available to schools and leisure centers by booking at res[email protected], and from June 9, to the general public.
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