Maison du Cidre de Bretagne


This farm and working cider factory produces cider, apple juice and vinegar. A visit takes you from the orchard to production and, of course, you get a tasting at the end, too. They also have two-hour introductory cider-making classes (€20) on Thursdays (November to February); book ahead.

The farm is located around 2.5km north of Argol.

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