The port of Arradon !!!

And here I am back again on my road warrior trips in my beautiful Morbihan and lovely Bretagne ! I have written several posts on this wonderful coastal town and I stopped by it today again.  Therefore, let me tell you a bit more on pretty Arradon!

The port of Arradon at the Pointe or tip and its wonderful sea life only found in Bretagne with its old sea traditions. Let me tell you about Arradon, just next to Vannes and south of me by 30 minutes by car. From me I take the D768 to the beaches direction Arradon then cross over the expressway or N165 and take the road D127 straight to town!  This town is bounded to the east by the Vincin river. It borders the cities of Vannes, Ploeren and Baden. The town of Arradon has a coastline of 15 km , and is located opposite the Ile aux Moines and the Ile d’Arz with which this town provides transport. Besides, the two Logoden Islands and the small island of Irus belong to Arradon Indeed, and is one of the deepest passes in the Gulf of Morbihan.

Arradon port de Arradon marina jul22

It has a nice marina harbor  , the Pointe d’Arradon is a small peninsula of 700 meters long by 200 meters wide at its widest point and it serves as a boarding terminal for passenger boats visiting  for the nearby island of lIle-aux-Moines (Monks island but there are no monks now), and great seafood!! The Pointe d’ Arradon is in the Gulf of Morbihan. It faces the Pointe du Trec’h located on Île-aux-Moines.

The town of Arradon  on nautical activities:

The Gulf of Morbihan tourist office on the port of Arradon:

There you go folks, another escapade you can have while in the area for just a getaway day or weekend by the sea. Beautiful marina, great boating, kayak canoe kite sailing etc and wonderful seafood!  Hope you enjoy the good life at the Port of Arradon !! 

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

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