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Port de la Trinité sur Mer
© Alexandre Lamoureux
Vieux port
© Simon Bourcier
Estacade Trinité sur Mer
© Alexandre Lamoureux

Live at the pace of the Trinité-sur-Mer port

Live at the pace of the Trinité-sur-Mer port

All year round, the port of Trinité-sur-Mer is bustling with activity. Take the time to stroll along its docks. Admire some of the 1,500 speedboats, sailboats and yachts lined up before you. You might have the chance to see the large ocean racing multihulls at the foot of the Caradec Pier.

Sailing enthusiasts often meet at the Port to compete in nautical contests. It is enthralling to be part of the Spi Ouest France, during the Easter weekend, which marks the beginning of the nautical season!

Keep on walking to the old harbour where a few fishing boats colour the scenery.

And if this marine-inspired walk whets your appetite, go to the market, open every Tuesday and Friday, without forgetting the fish market  whicopen all year round.

Paddle port

Enjoy water sports inTrinité-sur-Mer

During your stay in the Bay of Quiberon, you will have plenty of time to be initiated to water sports. Sailing, jet skiing, sea kayaking, windsurfing, stand up paddle boarding... You are spoilt for choice in this seaside resort renowned for its natural environment.

Discover the beauty of the Breton coast by going on a sea trip with a skipper... unless you want to try your hand at navigating on the Crac'h River on an electric boat which does not require having a license.

Tip of Kerbihan

Discover the Sentiers des douaniers and the beaches of Trinité-sur-Mer

Stroll along the trail and discover the heritage and natural sites of Trinité-sur-Mer.

From coves to fine sandy beaches, discover the landscapes at the rhythm of the tides. The tip of Kerbihan and the maison des douaniers, the large beach of Kervillen and the ultra-fine golden sand, the beach of Men-Dû, which is a gem for walkers and shellfish gatherers. You could even be in with a chance to reach the islet of Stuhan. 

Choose your favourite beach for recharging your batteries during your Breton stay!

Rue de la Caserne  -Vieux bourg

La Trinité-sur-Mer, côté terre

C’est après un agréable déjeuner de fruits de mer ou d’incontournables crêpes sur le port que vous poursuivez votre balade côté terre. Vous découvrirez la rue de la Caserne aux multiples jardins et les ruelles aux maisons toujours fleuries. 

Terminez votre visite vers le site mégalithique du Petit Ménec, à quelques kilomètres des menhirs de Carnac


La Trinité-sur-Mer, landward

After a pleasant lunch of seafood or pancakes on the port, pursue your walk landwards. You will discover the rue de la Caserne with its many gardens and lanes with flowered houses.

Finish your tour at the megalithic site of Petit Ménec, a few kilometres from the menhirs of Carnac.

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