Famous port in the world, La Trinité-sur-Mer became the rendezvous for lovers of the sea and renowned skippers.
A famous marina and fishing port.
Bridge Kerisper offers breathtaking views of the river and port Crac'h.
The village unveils its charm through its typical streets around the church and its altar of the 17th century (historical monument), not forgetting his ordeal.
The customs trail leads from the port to the beaches and marshes Kervillen (salt warehouse). Beachfront of Men-Du, the small island of Stuhan is connected to the coast by a narrow strip of sand called "tombolo.
Traces of the past, you will find fountains: Market Square at Quéric impasse Kerisper, and megaliths alignments Petit Menec and dolmens of Mane Mane Roularde and Rohr.
For children, beach clubs, sailing courses, diving baptisms, mini tennis and mini golf near the beach Kervilen.
Fish market: open every morning throughout the year.
Market: Tuesday and Friday mornings.
Many activities to sporting, cultural or folk are offered throughout the season. The sailing competitions are numerous and offer entertainment on the waterfront and harbor.
The Spi Ouest-France Intermarché marking the kickoff of the regatta at Easter.
Fires of St. John in June.
Festivities on August 15.
Artists Exhibitions, conferences, auctions of nautical items and concerts complement the wide range of leisure.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
La Trinité-sur-Mer is ideally located between the Gulf of Morbihan and the Quiberon peninsula. Bordering Carnac and its famous megalithic alignments, you will find many walking, cycling routes. Boat trips allow you to discover the Morbihan Gulf and its islands, Ile aux Moines and Ile d'Arz, and the offshore islands: Belle-Ile-en-Mer, Houat and Hoëdic.