Easily reach the surrounding destinations of Auray.

Treat yourself to a serene trip along the Morbihan coast by taking the train to Auray.

Most popular destinations around Auray



Discover Quiberon, a gem of the Brittany coast, where fine sandy beaches and spectacular coastal landscapes invite you to marvel.



Carnac, famous for its unique megalithic alignments, is a fascinating destination where ancient history blends with natural beauty, offering visitors an unforgettable experience.

How to get to Auray?


Which cities serve Auray station?

Auray from Paris

Every day, SNCF offers direct trains (TGV, Ouigo) between Paris Montparnasse and Auray, allowing you to travel between the capital and the Breton coast in 4 hours.

> Visit SNCF-connect for information on train schedules and frequencies.

How to get to the Morbihan from Auray train station?

Travel with Zen by BlaBlaCar from the Auray station:

Don't want to worry about bus schedules? Zen allows you to carpool between the Auray station and your chosen destination in the resort starting from €10.

Top things to see in Auray and surroundings

Auray region, nestled in the heart of Brittany, France is known for its picturesque charm, rich history, and breathtaking landscapes, the Auray region offers a multitude of activities for every taste. Whether you're a history buff, outdoor enthusiast, or food lover, you'll find a destination here that meets all your expectations.

The Gulf of Morbihan: Explore one of the most beautiful natural sites in the region, the Gulf of Morbihan. With its preserved islands, coastal trails, and picturesque fishing villages, the Gulf of Morbihan is a paradise for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts.

Carnac and its Megaliths: Dive into the region's prehistoric past by visiting the Carnac alignments, one of the largest collections of megalithic sites in the world. These mysterious standing stones bear witness to an ancient civilization and captivate visitors from around the globe.

Traditional Markets: Immerse yourself in the lively and colorful atmosphere of the region's traditional markets, where you can sample fresh local produce, meet passionate artisans, and discover the authenticity of Breton culture.