A haven of peace
in the heart of a wilderness
Bangor, founded around the sixth century by monks from across the Channel, has the wildest territory on the island, most exposed to the southwest winds, dominated by The Great Lighthouse.
The rocky coastline is interrupted in places by pretty sandy beaches: Herlin, Kérel or Donnant. Rocks with spectacular shapes are legion, such as at Port Goulphar or Port Coton and its famous Agulhas, immortalized by the “Prince of the Impressionists”, Claude Monet.
The commune has nearly 900 souls, living in thirty white and slate-blue villages, squatting on the edges of as many valleys that lead to the sea.
The village, placed under the protection of the church of Saint-Pierre and Saint-Paul, breathes the calm and serenity of a charming village authentically Breton.