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La Trinité sur Mer - noted for fresh air and fun

The village of La Trinité sur Mer, which sits on the south-west coast of Brittany in north-west France, is definitely noted for fresh air and fun, but Blackpool it is most certainly not. Small and unassuming, with its granite fishermen's cottages and narrow old streets, this little village is popular not for its kiss me quick hats and candy floss, but rather for its excellent seafood restaurants and its great water sports competitions.

Atlantic coast perfect for sea sports

The Atlantic coast is perfect for the sailing competitions that are held here, and makes a wonderful venue for anyone interested in this and other sea sports. Novice (or nervous!) sailors will especially appreciate the safe, calm sailing provided close to the port.

Megaliths and menhirs

La Trinité sur Mer on the mainland, connects to the bustling resort town of Carnac with a thin strip of land and a road linking the two communes that once were one. Here you can find the wonderful and mysterious standing stones for which Brittany, and especially this part of Morbihan, is famous. The stones at La Trinité are known as the Petit Menec alignments, and are notable for the unusual curved shape. Carnac has many more of these mystifying prehistoric marvels to see.

Fabulous restaurants

If you are looking for a really happening social scene and wild night life, you need to look to neighbouring Carnac, but if you just want to enjoy the sea air, lovely scenery and fantastic seafood, then stay in La Trinité. There are a number of superb seafood restaurants in this village, so you can eat out every night and ring the changes too! The atmosphere is the liveliest around the port, where the tourists tend to flock in the evenings to drink and dine as well as during the day to sail or to watch the boats.

Shops and services

There are plenty of little shops selling most things you might want in La Trinité, and most of these are concentrated around the lively port area of the village. Always remember too that you have Carnac, with its huge range of shops and services just along the road.

Out and about

Morbihan, department of mystery and history, has so many interesting places to go that you will find yourself spoiled for choice. Take a car and explore, there are many lovely inland villages to discover as well as the standing stones, seaside resorts and beaches. Sports range from everything you can possibly do on or near the sea, through to crazy golf, horse-riding, cycling, tennis and walking.

How to get there

You can fly to the airports of Lorient, Rennes, Brest, Nantes or Dinard. Lorient which is by far the closest, is served Aer Arann; Rennes by flybe and Aer Lingus; Brest by flybe and Ryanair; Nantes by Ryanair and Aer Arann; and Dinard by Aurigny and Ryanair. Nearby Auray has a TGV stop so train travel is a very realistic alternative to flying. You can also take the ferry to the ports of St Malo or Roscoff or any of the other northern ferry ports. Travelling by car you should follow the N165 road, taking the Auray exit and following signs to La Trinité sur Mer from there. The village is actually on the D781.

Property prices and availability in and around La Trinité sur Mer

Morbihan is generally the most expensive of the Breton departments, and tends to get the best of the weather too, pushing prices high. Still, there are some great properties on the market in and near La Trinité. At the time of writing it is still possible to find a three bedroom house in a good village location for under 100,000 Euros. I don't think it will be on the market long at that price though!

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La Trinité sur Mer AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS La Trinité sur Mer?

La Trinité sur Mer is located in the north-west of France on the Atlantic coast. It lies in the south of the Morbihan department.

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IN THE REGION OF BRITTANY

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IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MORBIHAN

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Population: 1,500


Access: By air: Fly into Lorient, Rennes, Brest, Nantes or Dinard. By boat: The ferry ports of Brittany and Normandy are within easy reach. By road: The town is found from the N165 road and lies on the D781. By rail: Nearby Auray has a TGV station.


Economy: The main economy of the town is tourism, with water sports and sailing events being significant in attracting visitors.


Interesting fact: Right wing politician Jean Marie le Pen was born in La Trinité sur Mer.


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