Saint-Goustan used to be a fishing port beside the Auray river, but today it's a quarter of the Auray commune, in Brittany, France. It was the busiest port in Brittany, but once with the arrival of the railway in 1862 it started to decline.
With its delightful 15th century old houses and stone bridges across the river, Saint-Goustan is the centerpiece of Auray.
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