Farming is still a main activity on the island. Numerous traditional farms engage in mixed farming and livestock farming,
The type of soil and the climate sustain exceptionally high-quality meadows, which are swept by salt- and iodine-laden winds almost throughout the year.
Lambs born and raised on Belle-Île bear the “sea lamb” label. They are allowed to mature in the pastures for at least 60 days. Their meat is of remarkably fine quality, with a delicately salty taste!
The “sea-spray meat” label is a guarantee of quality for beef cuts produced by integrated farming.
Report HD – TVBI – March 23, 2015 –