The Stang Per valley, a quiet walk, in the heart of the island
To discover a preserved nature
Nothing better, on a beautiful sunny day, than to stretch your legs in the middle of nature! Set off to discover the Vallon du Stang Per for a nice walk off the beaten track. This valley, one of the longest and most wooded of the island, reveals a wash house, a small bridge, majestic tree trunks sculpted by nature. The flora is rich and green: heather, gorse, chestnut trees, willows, moors, marshes and dunes…
The highlight of the show: the route ends on the beach of Kérel, one of the most beautiful of the wild coast. Depending on the weather, it is the ideal setting either for a swimming break or for a picnic facing the Ocean…
The detailed route => Fiche IT vallon du Stang Per
Bike rides, another way
to discover the monuments and natural sites of the wild coast
Saddle up! Starting from Bangor, there are many cycling routes, far from the traffic, that will allow you to make a foray into the heart of the villages and hamlets of the island. It is also an opportunity to discover the two unmissable sites of this wild part of the island:
The Grand Phare, one of the most powerful lighthouses in Europe, and in the immediate vicinity, the Aiguilles de Port Coton, the jagged cliffs that were made famous by Claude Monet.
Cycling is also a good way to reach, via dirt roads or agricultural paths, the most beautiful beaches of the wild coast: Baluden, Herlin or even Donnant, one of the best Breton surf spots.
While bike rental companies are present on the 4 communes of the island,in Bangor there is only one and it’s Number 1!