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Gateway to Quiberon Bay and only two hours from Paris by high-speed train, La-Trinité-sur-Mer is first and foremost one of the largest marinas in Brittany.
As soon as you arrive, you will be greeted by the majestic arch of the Kerisper bridge overlooking the Crac'h river. Take the time to admire the oyster barges and the 1,500 sailboats lined up at the dock. La Trinité-sur-Mer is home to flat oysters in southern Brittany. You can visit oyster farms before feasting on a seafood platter.
La-Trinité-sur-Mer is the regatta capital. Established in 1879, the Société des Régates is one of the oldest in France. The season kicks off with the Spi Ouest France sailing regatta, featuring more than 500 racing boats over Easter each year.
Home port to many skippers, you can admire these giants of the sea at the Loïc Caradec dock.
La-Trinité-sur-Mer also has other advantages, namely its white sand beaches and its wide selection of restaurants showcasing local products. Follow the coastal path from La Trinité port and lounge on the beaches of Kerbihan and Kervillen. Take advantage of your family holiday to discover shore fishing on the Men-Du beach, taste the traditional galettes of La Trinitaine, take a sailing lesson, or linger over a cocktail at a waterfront oyster farm.
Lovers of the sea and Breton landscapes will be enthralled by this traditional port and its village with quaint fishermen's cottages typical of the Morbihan. Just a ten-minute bike ride away from Carnac, you can round out your stay by visiting the Breton megaliths.