Once again Auray !

Once again Auray! yes this is a former home when first entered Brittany and still only 14 km from my house so many times here and huge times passing by it on my way to Vannes. It is a historical town and lovely architecture, just browse in my previous posts on Auray in my blog.

You know for the newbies, Auray is in the Morbihan dept 56 of Bretagne ,right on the ria of Auray river that continues flowing into the Gulf of Morbihan and then into the Atlantic Ocean! It has a wonderful port in St Goustan or lower town of Auray.

I happened to be there again with my oldest son and took some additional pictures would like to share it with you all. Hope you enjoy it.

I like to tell you a pictorial of Auray.

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market day on pl de la Republique , city hall afar

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rue du chateau going from upper town to lower town St Goustan

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upper town to lower town st Goustan. Pl St Sauveur below

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lower town St Goustan by quai Franklin in honor of Benjamin Franklin

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ruins of castle in St Goustan port from the war of succession of Brittany

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St Goustan port coming down rue du chateau to pl St Sauveur

I hope you enjoy it and come to see this marvelous historical town with stunning architecture by the Auray river at the mouth of the Gulf of Morbihan!

Some webpages as usual maybe repeat but handy on this post on Auray

Tourist office of the region Bay of Quiberon on Auray in English

Tourist office of Brittany on Auray in English

The town was packed today due to cloudy weather the beach folks comes to town in addition to be market day in Auray. We enjoy it anyway, fun Auray you will like it.

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all!!!

 

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