A popular sailing destination, this welcoming small town on the Morbihan coast has a triple identity: as a major marina, a seaside resort and a port of registry for famous skippers.
La Trinité-sur-Mer offers holidaymakers no fewer than 9 beaches to experience the joys of swimming and water sports, especially the beaches of Kervillen and Men-Dû, which face south. At Kervillen, there are salt marshes where you can learn about the salt marsh worker's job, and see abundant fauna and flora, on nature-themed guided outings. To the east, there are small beaches where you can gather shellfish at low tide.
La Trinité-sur-Mer is above all renowned for water sports: all types of boarding activities are practised there. There are also boat trips for exploring the islands of the Gulf of Morbihan during the summer, as well as Houat Island.
Professional skippers get together at La Trinité-sur-Mer for annual competitions, like the Spi Ouest France at Easter weekend, the Tour de Belle-Île and the ArMen Race in the spring.
You can't visit Brittany without a look at the megaliths! The 101 menhirs of Le Petit Ménec can be seen nearby.