Town, village, neighbourhood at Langoëlan
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- Located north of Morbihan, Langoëlan borders the department of Côtes d'Armor. In the center of the village, stands the Saint-Barnabé church of Gothic style. Its bell tower is decorated with gargoyles depicting animals and its ossuary is beautifully carved. Near the church, there are superb private properties. The "Le Corre house", built around 1930, is reminiscent of a seaside villa while retaining its mansion appearance. Even more surprising: the house known as the "Emir's castle". Jacques Haïk, owner of oil tankers, born in Tunis, had it built at the end of the 1920s for his wife from Langoëlan. The town also owes part of its charm to the Dordu lake where ducks, geese, swans and herons nest. It is embellished with an interpretive path punctuated with lecterns allowing the discovery of the fauna, flora and the aquatic environment. It is the perfect place for hiking where many circuits have been marked.
- Picnic area
- Hiking trail