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very easy to drive as coming from the free road N165 (nantes to brest line) you go in to Auray at the exit sortie D765 to Auray centre, immediately into city center you see the parking Keriolet at place du keriolet, the more away from main street it is free and walking is just five mins more....
or along rue de la terre rouge direction St Goustan, right at rue St Fiacras and walk down following panels signs to the Le Port.
you can park at pl de la republique and walk down to St Goustan. Or by the Stade du Loch follow centre ville then rue de Chateau down to St Goustan.
A bit further but still walkable about 15 mins to city center is by the train station at Auray, on the extreme north turning right coming out of station along the rails there is free parking on grass and stone.
any details let me know, I live here.
Written May 28, 2012
TGV service Atlantique from Paris Montparnasse to Auray, near city center or take the Auraybus ,great
you can also,look at the French SNCF train consortium for all travel including train purchases at
Updated Jun 12, 2012
nice minbus service to all major points in the city with the Auraybus
the service in French from city govt webpage
briefly has 43 stops from Monday to Saturday,and from 7h15 to 20h11
single ticket 1,30€
it can link with the regional bus service TIM (transport interurbains du Morbihan) lines 1,5,6,16
however on foot is lovely,and easy.
Written Jan 21, 2012
auto train services is no longer available since 2010 for lack of profits. It is a shame as it would have been great due to the needs for car in smaller towns in the area.
Now its just anecdotoral note to share for old times sake.
Written Feb 11, 2012
best parking is by parc Keriolet, there is a section closer to rue du barre that is blue disk (you can get one at many tabac stores) they have blue lines, or a bit further back they are white lines parking for free
Its the one I use when coming to city center for errands.
of course there are many others such as parking de Loch , name after the river that goes by here, and just near pl notre dame.
Updated Jan 7, 2013
There is a service every summer call the tire bouchon that departs from Auray train station to Quiberon train station. THe only time there is train service to Quiberon.
its 5,10€ roundtrip and can be purchase at the tourist offices or the train station of both cities.
it last until about Sept 16 2012 this year.
Written Aug 17, 2012
Well hope doesn't happenned to anyone,and I have been lucky with newer cars, but in case you need car repair service, the Norauto at Auray is perfect. Its where I do my routine maintenance,and it is right off the expressway N165 at the exit to Carnac and Quiberon , great beaches and megaliths stones of fame.
You get off from the N165 at the exit Auray,Carnac,Quiberon, stay on right hand lane and go into Auray, at second roundpoint turn right at the second street,and on the first one turn left, the Norauto store is at the back on the left hand side.
Written Sep 1, 2012
another town with a petit train, nice for a first timer and difficult walking folks, as it is hilly around St Goustan going from lower to upper town. A nice way to see the town.
Its actually call here the p'tit train du Loch (for the river)
It gives you a commented tour of the port de Saint Goustan, pleasure marina, riverbanks of the Loch, city center and monuments. It lasts about 30 minutes
Leaving from the port de Saint-Goustan (facing the office of passenger boat company Navix),every day from 11h to 11h45 (except Mondays), 14h, 14h45, 15h30, 16h15, 17h, 17h45, 18h30. Stop and Depart from city center upon demand. The tickets are purchase onboard 4 Euros still in 2012
Written Sep 27, 2012
there is a small auraybus service in town, and then the train, but to get by in a bus here you need to use the department of Morbihan bus service.
This is bus no 1 that goes into the beach areas of Carnac and Quiberon, passing by Vannes. And bus No 5, passing into inland Morbihan from Baud all the way to Vannes passing by Auray with several stops.
The no 5 is used by my kids for school and the timing is not that good for visitors as not too frequent; the company that handles this run by the department is Le Divennah.
the photos are from their home base in Brech.
all lines of the department above.
Written Apr 20, 2013
coming and going to Auray has many good things driving on the good French roads, the A13, A84, N175,N24, N166, N165, and D765 from Versailles to Auray
cheers and happy motoring
Written May 29, 2012