What can you fish by the shore in Northern Brittany?
The Côtes-d’Armor is an ideal destination for fishing on foot: the magnitude of the tides leaves huge expanses of sand to go with family, rake in hand, to bring back shells. The rocky cliffs also harbor a world at low tide, to explore with a net! Shellfish lovers will find gray shrimps and bunches in the waterholes, lobsters and crabs under the rocky plateaus, crabs camouflaged in seaweeds, and crabs buried in the sand. On the rocky beaches, you can pick periwinkles, limpets (or barnacles), whelks (whelks), wild oysters or mussels. In the vast expanses of wet sand are hidden the burrowing bivalves: the knife that is made up with salt, the shell that one finds by scraping the sand, but also the meadow, the sea kelp and the clam . Something to satisfy all tastes, have a good time with family and enjoy good meals at the campsite on your return: raw shellfish to enjoy as an aperitif, bowls of periwinkles and shrimps to share, or friendly dishes of mussels or cockles to the marinière!