Once the port of Saint-Goustan was very important for the city of Auray. Transport of goods and people needed
boats because they wore heavy loads quickly. As
Auray had no roads, it had to compensate and thus
compete with Lorient.
Then the commercial activity has declined.
Now, Saint-Goustan port on the Auray river which flows
in the Gulf of Morbihan (the inland sea) is a tourist spot.
We can see half-timbered houses, a street with middle-age cobblestones and old boats anchored along the riverbanks. And shops, good restaurants, crêperies
Saint-Goustan is also the port ** for a cruise in the Gulf of
Morbihan which includes 42 islands and islets, whose best known: l'île aux Moines the pearl of the Gulf, l'île d'Arz, Captains Island.
To see absolutely !
depending on tides, port of Saint-Goustan or port of Bono
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