North of Morbihan, is the common Langoëlan bordering department of Côtes-d'Armor.
The center of the village stands the church of St. Barnabas Gothic style. Its bell tower is adorned with gargoyles depicting animals and ossuary is beautifully crafted. Near the church, we see beautiful private property. The "house Le Corre", built in 1930, recalls a seaside villa whilst retaining the look of a mansion. Even more surprising: the house known as the "castle of the Emir." Jacques Haik, owner of oil tankers, born in Tunis, built at the end of 20 years for his wife, a native of Langoëlan.
The town is also part of its charm pond Dordu nesting ducks, geese, swans and herons. It is decorated with a path punctuated interpretation lecterns for the discovery of the fauna, flora and aquatic environments.