- Easy hike, no difference in altitude, sometimes inconvenient passages for a stroller/pushchair.
- Length : around 1 hour and 30 minutes
- Distance : 6 kilometres
1 Join up with sea and go to the right to find the footpath that starts near the anchor. You will see on this part of the route, the port of La Trinité and in the distance the Kérisper bridge which marks the entrance of the Crac'h river, as well as the numerous sailboats which use the channel towards Quiberon Bay.
Walk along several beaches and beautiful early twentieth century villas built in front of the sea in a wooded environment of maritime pine trees. Continue to Kerbihan Point and its old customs guard post (Ty Guard).
This protected natural area of La Trinité sur Mer offers a panoramic view of the whole Quiberon Bay and its islands.
2 Follow the path after the carpark towards Kervillen beach. Opposite you, you will see Carnac and its beaches, as well as the chapel of Saint Michel and the tumulus which dominate the Carnac region. At Camping de la Plage, turn right towards the salt marshes.
3 They are the northernmost salt marshes in France and were put back into service in 2012. A protected natural site, many birds can be observed. After the salt marshes, turn left then right towards the Woods of Le Poulbert. Go through the woods to the main road.
4 Turn right along the bike path back to Rue de Kervourden. Turn right then left again, Rue du Gréal. At the crossroads, turn left and immediately right into Chemin de la Hune which allows you pick up the the coastal path again. Turn left to return to your starting point.