Religious buildings, vestiges of the time of the megaliths and the Middle Ages… Bannalec offers a rich, remarkable and diversified heritage. Throughout your strolls you will contemplate vaults, oratories, Calvaries and fountains safeguarded and developed during the last decades.
Among the 9 marked out circuits, get on the 3 chapel circuit paths and discover Trémeur’s Chapel, Trébalay’s Chapel, the white church and for the most attentive a gallery grave.
Fancy recharging your batteries? Follow the pilgrims’ footsteps by getting on the route of Saint James of Compostella and Tro Breiz which pass through the area.
Bannalec comes from the Breton « bala » which means «broom”. The town’s name therefore means “the place where broom grows”.
Places to visit :
- Parish Church with modern stained glass
- 6 chapels
- 2 oratories
- Bread ovens
- Feudal mounds
- Gallery graves
- Media library and culture centre
- 2 “Ici wifi” Wi-Fi hotspots, one at the tourist office and the other at the media library
- Play area
- Picnic area
Market days :
- Wednesday morning