Stop at the port of La Trinité-sur-Mer in Morbihan
A true open-air sailing museum, the port of Trinité-sur-Mer is the essential stopover for yachtsmen and skippers from all over the world. It is also an all-year-round joy for walkers who like sailing boats and maxi-trimarans.
Visit the port of Trinité-sur-Mer
At the bottom of the channel, the majestic arch of the Kerisper Bridge offers you an exceptional view. On the one hand, you can see the Crac'h River and its oyster beds and on the other hand, the marina and its mast forest.
Stroll along the docks where the spectacle of boats is permanent. At the foot of the Loïc Caradec pier, you will have every chance to admire a maxi-trimaran.
Then linger on the old port on the terrace of a café to immerse yourself in a typical Breton atmosphere.
Finish your walk on the Môle Éric Tabarly, next to the sailing school where you can see at a glance the port, the Kerisper bridge and the channel with its multicoloured sails until you reach the entrance to Quiberon Bay.
La Trinité-sur-Mer, a prestigious home port for great sailors
The port of La Trinité-sur-Mer has seen the biggest names in ocean racing: Eric Tabarly, Olivier de Kersauson, Eugène Riguidel, Loïc Caradec. Even today, great sailors such as Thomas Coville and Francis Joyon still make it their home port.
Monohulls and multihulls are moored in the old port like SodeboUltim' or Idec Sport. No doubt you will be amazed by these Formulas 1 of the sea at the cutting edge of technology.
The port of La Trinité-sur-Mer and its major nautical events
The Spi Ouest-France Destination Morbihan, the ArMen Race Uship, the Tour of Belle-Île, the Multihull Trophy... nautical events await you all year round in La Trinité-sur-Mer!
In spring, during the Easter weekend, the Spi Ouest France is the flagship event for sailing lovers! The most important sporting event for livable sailboats in Europe, it attracts professionals and amateurs who compete during 4 days of regattas.
At the end of August, the Multihull Trophy brings together the imposing racing multihulls that compete in Quiberon Bay and around the Morbihan Islands. Observe these giants of the seas as they prepare for major sailing races such as the Route du Rhum or the Vendée Globe.