The "place du marché" also known as 'market square' is where almost everything happens in Arradon. There you'll find the food market on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. You can buy juicy tomatoes, melons, but also fresh fish and homemade bread. In the same plazza, during the summer every Wednesday there's a "brocante" which is a sale of second hand antiques. The village chapel serves as an artistic venue, and going towards the town you'll find the tourist information office. In the same square, which really has it all, you'll also find the post office, banks, 2 bakeries and a newsagent ... Everything for everyone!
Arrandon is part of the conurbation of Vannes. It offers everything you could need in a beach and sailing town. It's also close to the city thanks to a bus system that goes every 20 minutes from the centre of Arrandon. With a municipal campsite and other private ones, beaches and ports, guests can stroll on the shaded trails, or visit one of several restaurants. There is also a supermarket and several bakeries. Arradon is really ideal for anyone who wants to enjoy the tranquillity of the Gulf of Morbihan, but also be near the city of Vannes and its large market, old town and bars and restaurants. Guests can rent canoes, learn to surf, swim in calm water or cycle in the area peacefully!
The village of Arradon has a long coastline, which spills into the Gulf of Morbihan. The result? The sea is pretty quiet, with waves and a pleasant temperature. Small sandy beaches can be found along the coast, embroidered by a narrow stone pier that allows you to travel along the coast without getting in the sand or in the water when the sea is high. The views can be medieval or poetic at times. You can encounter local families who come to enjoy the tranquility of the beaches at sunset, lovers and athletes running this beautiful landscape. A nice walk.
The Quiberon Bay is a wonderful place where you can surf and explore its coves. Whether in the Gulf of Morbihan, with its shelter under the trees or in the bay, with its islands of Houat Oedic, Dumez and Belle Isle. Nor should we forget the excellent seafood dishes offered.