You half-expect to see barrels of salt and wine being brought ashore here. With its stone bridge, cobbled quaysides and half-timbered houses, the port of Saint-Goustan, in Auray, has retained its medieval character. This former commercial and fishing port at the mouth of the river Loc’h is a unique part of town, and a great place to go for a stroll. Lose yourself in its steeply-sloping streets where artists have their hideouts. With the cafés and crêperies, there’s a lively buzz in the air at Place Saint-Saver and Quai Franklin. From beside the river Loc’h, you have plunging views down to this iconic spot in the Gulf of Morbihan.
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