If you are ever in the Forêt de Brocéliande, Breton Brekilien, you can take a trip to this fantastic place, where the myth of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table takes place. Even today you can visit the enigmatic grave of his teacher, the magician Merlin. And, here lies the Trappistine Monastery of Campénéac – Breton Kempeniec – where other myths have been maintained, namely those of Breton’s baked goods and sweet delicacies. In this bakery you will discover nuns in deep concentration, working in their mundane, everyday clothes and the unromantic atmosphere of an austere, modern workshop. You will see that each butter cake is hand-weighed and the dough is carefully smoothed down. This is a modern, properly regulated workplace, committed to manual work and technology where it is necessary; these include the typical aspects of contemporary monastery work.