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Les Ports de la Manche

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  • 21st edition. Every year, at the start of the scallop fishing season, gourmets and connoisseurs gather at the Halle à Marée in Granville to buy, taste and discover the many flavors of the Bay of Granville-Chausey.

    Granville, 1st shellfish fishing port in France.
    Whelks, of course, but also meadows, scallops, lapwings, sea almonds and venus account for 80% of Granville?s landings. When you add to this the thousands of tonnes of oysters and bouchot mussels, you can safely say that Granville...
    21st edition. Every year, at the start of the scallop fishing season, gourmets and connoisseurs gather at the Halle à Marée in Granville to buy, taste and discover the many flavors of the Bay of Granville-Chausey.

    Granville, 1st shellfish fishing port in France.
    Whelks, of course, but also meadows, scallops, lapwings, sea almonds and venus account for 80% of Granville?s landings. When you add to this the thousands of tonnes of oysters and bouchot mussels, you can safely say that Granville is the capital of shellfish!

    the 1st Marine Festival in Normandy, "Toute la mer sur un plateau" attracts 50,000 seafood lovers every year. For 21 years, the sea has set the tempo for this major annual event, with its emphasis on education, from the sea to the plate.

    And the program continues:
    - 30 tonnes of seafood, direct from the fisherman or shellfish farmer,
    - workshops and cooking demonstrations with local chefs,
    - discovery of the livestock and fishing trades,
    - exhibitors offering gourmet products, wines, decoration, clothing, equipment, crafts?
    - shell-opening workshop
    - sMEL presentation of research into plastic recycling and the creation of new materials for use in fishing
    - marine animations for young and old,
    - nautical baptisms aboard the Bisquine La Granvillaise and shellfish tasting all day long!

    Free admission.
  • Rates
  • Free for all
Schedules
  • From October 5, 2024
    until October 6, 2024
  • Saturday
    10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Sunday
    10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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