Campsite La Trinité-sur-Mer

In the heart of the bay of Quiberon in Morbihan and 15 km from the campsite, La Trinité-sur-Mer is a charming seaside resort in South Brittany, famous for its marina, its great nautical events such as the famous Spi-Ouest France, its fine sandy beaches, its coastal paths and its beautiful maritime landscapes.

Small tour of the Trinity

For a long time, La Trinité-sur-Mer enjoyed a period of great prosperity thanks to maritime trade. Today, the small fishing port has become a world-class marina. Boaters have replaced fishermen and many renowned skippers have made La Trinité-sur-Mer their home port. The great Eric Tabarly had the Pen Duick II built there in 1964. As you stroll along the quay, you can admire the sailing boats, yachts and large multihulls ready for offshore racing. To enjoy one of the most beautiful views over the port of La Trinité, simply join the Pont de Kerisper which spans the river Crac'h. The panorama is simply breathtaking!

The authentic charm of an old fishing village in Southern Brittany

Stroll through the village of La Trinité, in the intimacy of the narrow and winding streets that dominate the harbour. On the heights, you will discover the typical fishermen's houses built in the 19th century, the rue de la Caserne and its flowery gardens or the church of Saint-Joseph and its 17th century altarpiece. Continue the walk along the channel and around the "Bois d'Amour" where beautiful seaside villas built at the beginning of the 20th century by rich bourgeois families follow one another. As you leave the town for the countryside, you will discover the menhirs and dolmens that have watched over the Morbihan countryside for thousands of years. Not to be missed: the alignments of the Petit Ménec, a unique collection of about a hundred menhirs set out in seven rows.

Beaches, sailing and water sports in La Trinité-sur-Mer

La Trinité-sur-Mer has beautiful beaches along the Kerbihan peninsula. On the borders of Carnac, the Men-Dû Beach is a very popular beach for families. The water is shallow and the Mickey club offers children many fun and recreational activities. At low tide, the fishermen on foot invest the foreshore while the islet of Stuhan becomes accessible by the "tombolo", a sandbank that is uncovered with the tide. A little further on, Kervillen beach is considered the most beautiful beach in La Trinité-sur-Mer. Children can play safely in the water and parents can swim there at any time of the tide. In July and August, you can rent pedal boats and kayaks to flirt with the ocean and its waves. The sailing school of La Trinité-sur-Mer will be pleased to introduce young and old to the joys of sailing: sailing course in optimist, dinghy, catamaran, windsurfing, Habitable J70...

Strolls and cruises in the Gulf of Morbihan and the bay of Quiberon From La Trinité sur Mer, you have the unique opportunity to discover the coasts of Southern Brittany, the Gulf of Morbihan and the bay of Quiberon. An outing at sea with skipper or a commented cruise with the Navix shipping company will take you to the Ile d'Arz, Ile aux Moines or the island of Houat via Port-Navalo.

The campsite's favourites

  • The regattas of the Spi Ouest-France, which brings together more than 400 yachts in the Bay of Quiberon each year during the Easter weekend.
  • The biscuit factory La Trinitaine to stock up on Breton products, cakes and palets 100% pure butter.
  • La Pointe de Kerbihan for its magnificent view over the bay of Quiberon
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