Campsite in La Trinité sur Mer in Brittany
Trinité-sur-Mer, a marvelous holiday destination a stone’s throw from the Gulf of Morbihan
This summer, book a holiday in Trinité-sur-Mer in the heart of the bay of Quiberon ! Renowned for its marina and sailing competitions, Trinité-sur-Mer is a charming coastal town and authentic Breton village located in the Morbihan.
An authentic sailing resort in southern Britttany
During your stay in Trinité-sur-Mer, take a stroll around the harbour and admire the many different boats and yachts. Renowned for its regattas and watersports, the port of Trinité-sur-Mer attracts skippers all year round who come to train in the bay of Quiberon and around the Iles du Ponant. After enjoying a delicious pancake or seafood platter on a terrace overlooking the harbour, you can head for the village centre. Discover Saint-Joseph church, whose bell tower served as a landmark for sailors, Rue de la Caserne where customs officers used to lodge, not forgetting the pretty backstreets lined with fishermen’s houses.
The beaches in Trinité-sur-Mer
Trinité-sur-Mer offers a host of activities for the whole family. This coastal town offers no less than 9 beaches. The sandy beach of Kervillen is particularly popular with families. The Men-Du beach is also great for swimming as well as shellfish gatherers at low tide. If you sit on Kerbihan beach, you can watch the spectacle of yachts coming in and out of the harbour. Fancy heading out to sea ? Treat yourself to a boat trip around the Gulf of Morbihan and discover Belle-Île-en-Mer, Ile d'Houat and Ile d'Hoedic !
- Campsite on Kervilor
- Campsite La Baie
- The famous Spi Ouest France yacht race, ArMen Race and Drheam Cup organised by the Société Nautique de La Trinité-sur-Mer.
- The Petit Ménec alignments, a remarkable megalithic site comprised of about one hundred menhirs in 7 rows.
- A guided tour of the salt pans of Kervilhen to learn about the salt trade and ecological benefits of this protected natural site.