Campsite near La Trinité-sur-Mer

5 kilometres! That's the distance between our campsite in Carnac and La Trinité-sur-Mer. There's no excuse not to pay a visit to this charming seaside resort in Quiberon Bay. Once you arrive, you'll soon see that when it comes to leisure and activities, the town has no shortage of attractions to brighten up your camping holidays in Morbihan!

A superb seaside resort in Southern Brittany

A day out on the pretty beaches of La Trinité-sur-Mer is guaranteed to be relaxing! Men-Dû beach is equally suitable for swimmers at high tide and shellfish-gatherers at low tide. In fact, when the tide is out, you can play explorers by crossing the tombolo to Stuhan Island. The big beach of Kervillien, facing south and supervised in summer, has proven to be a real playground for water sports-lovers: pedalo, sea kayak and stand-up paddle can all be found there. On the practical side of things, a free minibus belonging to the municipality (the Trinibus) will take you there without any hassle. As for Kerbihan beach, it's just as beautiful as its neighbours. Less accessible, it's also less busy, ideal for those who prefer peace and quiet, and love to be lulled by the restful sound of the waves on warm sand.

An outing to La Trinité-sur-Mer

A visit to La Trinité-sur-Mer marina is a must! You can enjoy a seaside stroll and admire the pleasure boaters' and skippers' many boats and yachts from the top of the Kerisper bridge. Some might feel the urge to take to the high seas... Fortunately, your seaside holidays in Carnac could be an opportunity to take part in an incredible excursion to the Gulf of Morbihan islands and Quiberon Bay. Why not try a nice trip up the River Crac'h in an electric boat with family and friends? There are many opportunities to enjoy the attractions of the Atlantic Ocean in La Trinité-sur-Mer: hiking on the customs officers' path to the Pointe de Kerbihan, tasting oysters at a visit to an oyster farm, discovering the Kervillien salt marshes... There are so many chances to experience wild and unspoilt nature, which it would be a shame to miss during your camping break in Morbihan.

Culture and heritage in La Trinité-sur-Mer

La Trinité-sur-Mer's tourist attractions don't just revolve around the Atlantic Ocean and its maritime heritage, far from it! During its history, the local people have also done their bit to help make your outings more enjoyable and surprising. So you can enjoy the charming town of this authentic seaside resort, with its 19th-century fishermen's houses and narrow streets, a nice place for a stroll under the Breton summer sun. Lastly, if mysteries are what you seek, bear in mind that just like Carnac, La Trinité-sur-Mer boasts a rich megalithic heritage, as evidenced by the Petit Ménec site and its 101 menhirs, all facing east. These remains date back to the Neolithic, but scholars still struggle to fathom all of their secrets to this day. Your camping holidays in Carnac, which is also known for its megalithic alignments, could be an opportunity to investigate further!