Tourism in Bretagne : Auray and the Saint Goustan Harbour


Auray et Saint Goustan

Distance : 10 à 15 km/environ 20mn

Dihan-Saint Goustan to Auray : 9,7km/17mn

Dihan –Ste Avoye to Pluneret : 12,4km/16mn

Dihan-Le Bono :15,8km/21mn

When leaving Dihan, right direction Auray to go to Saint Goustan.  In the center of’Auray, park near the town hall. You can buy a  kouign Amamn/ gâteau breton/ macarons Au régal breton  (17 rue Belzic 56400 Auray – Tél. : 02 97 24 24 22 75. and discover the nice shops of this small street up to the  place aux Roues  ( N°7 nice boutique of a breton couturier Morbihan Eurvad  02 56 54 13 69

Go down the city hall square and the  rue du Château to Saint Goustan. Artist galleries, good library…It’s really sloping so in you have lunch in St Goustan ( we like restaurant le Rive Gauche -9 place Sauveur 02 97 56 37 30- and the Crêperie Saint Sauveur -6 rue Saint Sauveur 02 97 56 35 53-), coming back will be a good way to digest. 


From St goustan nice hike to discover the two rivers of Auray and the  Bono.

The Bono ( by car you’ll have to take the  voie express to Vannes, Le Bono exit or drive througt Auray)

Small pituresque harbour, where was born the famous  forban boat. Nice walks aloung the river. The tumulus and the tombelles of Kernours are remarkable at the entrance of the Golfe du Morbihan (Cf balade N°7