From the Bugul foreland to Port Guen.

The "Belle Fontaine" (beautiful fountain), or "Aiguade" of Vauban is a fresh water reserve of 860 000 litres built to supply vessels.

The two forelands of Gros Rocher and Bugul are protected by small forts.

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Bordardoué: a very beautiful beach, easy of access and appreciated by families with children.
Bordardoué: general view
Beach of Bordardoué at low tide
Veins of schist at Bordardoué
Veins of schist at Bordardoué
The "Belle Fontaine"
The "Belle Fontaine"
Inside the Belle Fontaine
 
Beach of Bugul
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The foreland of Bugul
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The Bugul tower
Pierced rock at Bugul
The foreland of Bugul
Beach of Bugul
The rocks named "les deux Vieilles" (the two old women) and the rock of "la Truie" (the sow)
 
The "Gros Rocher"
Beach of Gros Rocher
Gros Rocher
Gros Rocher, at high tide

The rock of "la Truie" (the sow)

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The "two old women" and the small Bugul fort
Cave at Bugul

Some keys to decode the local toponimy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

De Goulphar à l'île Bangor De Goulphar à l'île Bangor Pointe des Poulains Aiguilles de Port-Coton Plage de Donnant De Donnant au Grand Guet De Goulphar à l'île Bangor De Goulphar à l'Ile Bangor De Goulphar à l'île Bangor De l'île Bangor à Porh Gwenn De Porh Gwenn à Kastel Brand De Kastel Brand au Skeul Du Skeul à Kerzo De Kerzo à La Biche De La Biche à la pointe Bugul De La Biche à la pointe Bugul De la pointe Bugul à Port Guen De la pointe Bugul à Port Guen Le Palais Des Curés à Port Jean Sauzon Sauzon De Fri Mez à Kerledan De Kerledan à Donnant De Baguen Hir à Fri Mez