Les cirés jaunes à la plage du Palus A family fishing trip on the Palus beach

Les cirés jaunes

Like striped jumpers, yellow oilskins are an emblem of Brittany, the seaside and fishing. Originally, they were a work garment consisting of a vareuse (jacket) and a wax-oiled hood that protected sailors and fishermen in rough weather. Yellow to spot men who have fallen overboard! Under the impetus of Guy Cotten between the 40s and 60s, the oilskin became the garment we know today: WATERPROOF. A must-have for our wardrobes. It's always in fashion all over the world, and is the perfect companion for all your outings.

For a total look, don't forget the boots! Yellow rain boots for kids](/uploads/Foto_Jet_19_1f2a3f3f0f.jpg)

Head for the Palus beach

For the winter holidays, dressed in your pretty yellow oilskins, boots on your feet and bucket in hand, a family fishing trip is a must. A country lane will lead you to the Palus beach. Shellfish and crustaceans! Book Amandine's house and

Don't forget to check the tide times

path to the Palus beach Palus beach in winter Amandine's house