La Mecque de la voile
Along the quayside there are bars, restaurants and….that special atmosphere only found in sea ports. The old village centre is also well-worth a visit, with its narrow streets andfishermen’s cottages.
One of the great pleasures of small French villages : the colourful market where you can buy your bread, vegetables and meat as well as paintings, pottery and souvenirs. The market days at La Trinité sur Mer, are Tuesday and Friday.
In and around La Trinité-sur-Mer and there is an extremely rich and varied range of footpaths and landscapes . You never tire of them, whether along the coast, across the countryside, along the shoreline or through the villages.
For example : the famous customs officers’ path. You can access the path from directly from la Plage campsite ! :
Take in the fine holiday villas built at the turn of the 20th century and admire the superb view over the Bay of Quiberon, whose western edge is marked by the Quiberon peninsula and Belle-île to the south west
Take a look at the panoramic video of La Trinité sur Mer on the website created by La Trinité sur Mer’s town council: site de la Mairie de La Trinité sur mer.