On a recent trip to France we had a wander round Dol de Bretagne.
Apparently it is home to the oldest stone built house in France. Although sadly we did not find it!Stroll along the main street and you’ll find delicious looking patisseries, charcuteries and florists.
And crepes we found.
At a nautical themed restaurant at the top of the main street called Round Avel.
We started off sampling the local cider. It was not like the cider I’ve had before. You could really taste the apples!
I then ordered a galette which turned out to be a savoury crepe, not a baguette as I had thought.
After eating our lunch we wandered some more, picking up some cheeses and more local cider for later.
We also found a local cake called Pave de Dol which we couldn’t resist!
If you find the oldest brick built house, tweet me a picture!