I see in arp table only MACs and Vlans pairs. I have 3 ports is in same Vlan in access mode ( vlan is configured as interface with ip address and routing ), my question is if packets routed to this vlan/subnet are sended to all associated ports? Or only to port where destionation IP is connected. In route table is destionation network and mentioned vlan. I quess that yes, because destination ip is nowhere associated with port where can be reached.
Switches usually don't know anything about IP addresses. They only keep a table with MAC addresses and the ports where they are located. Even if they use VLANs, they still just use MAC-port combination in their tables, and don't use IP's at all.
If it has the mac in the mac table, it sends only to the port where that mac is located. If it doesn't (yet) know the mac/port association, it broadcasts the packet out through all ports in that VLAN.