This delicious local produce can be popped into your suitcase to take home or simply enjoyed during your stay here in La Baule Guérande peninsula. Whether you choose to enjoy them now or later we guarantee you’ll find something to delight your tastebuds !
The sweet treats
We give a special mention to the ‘sweet treats’ which are not to be missed:
- ‘Le Fondant Baulois’, a delicious moist chocolate cake which always lives up its well-earned reputation!
- ‘La Niniche’ a fondant lolly pop made from butter, sugar, natural flavours and milk, and a few closely guarded ‘trade secrets’…go on treat yourself! There’s a choice of 20 or so different flavours.
- ‘Les Galettes’ buttery-melt-in-the-mouth biscuits
Sea salt of Guérande
Flagship of French gastronomy it is exported all around the world This pure and natural ‘flavour enhancer’, rich in magnesium and trace elements is to be found on the tables of all of the world’s most famous chefs. This salt and its production has had and still has a major role in the shaping our landscapes and has permeated into every as-pect of our local culture.
'La Fleur de Sel’It's ideal to enhance the natural flavours of grilled meats and fish or simply to be sprinkled at will on your raw salad ingredients and veg! ‘La Fleur’, as it’s lovingly called locally, is to be found on all the top chefs’ tables, we know ours would not be complete without it…!
Thanks to the fresh catches brought into the ports of La Turballe and Le Croisic, our destination is able to be supplied all year round with fresh seafood as well as fish and other shellfish. La Turballe formally the no. 1 French port of the Atlantic coast for anchovy fishing sees its industry today focus more on the catching of other species including seabass, sardines, mackerel or cuttlefish. At Le Croisic, the main species caught and sold are: soles, seabass, red mullets, shrimp, scallops…and Crayfish the local starlets!