Small or large beaches await you from the port of Trinité sur Mer to Men-Dû, near Carnac-beach.
All along the coastal path, the coastal footpath (GR34), stretches and give access to a succession of sandy beaches and creeks, on one side towards Crac'h and the channel, or on the other side towards the bay of Quiberon ...
The beach of the port, Men Allen, Kerbihan, Grazu and Ty Guard: these small beaches are within walking distance of the coastal path.
They skirt the channel that connects the port of Trinité sur Mer on the river of Crac'h to the tip of Kerbihan which marks the entrance to the bay of Quiberon.
They allow swimming or fishing, depending on the tide, and also enjoy the spectacle of the comings and goings of the many sailboats that use this channel, between river and ocean.
Kervillen beach, the most beautiful beach of the seaside resort, is located a few metres from the campsite entrance.
It is a sandy beach facing south, ideal for swimming at any time of the tide and safely.
During the summer, the kervillen beach is supervised and has a beach club for children.
The access is adapted for people with reduced mobility and has public toilets.
Taking advantage of the proximity of the beach of Kervillen, we rent paddles and kayaks.
Another large beach of Trinité sur Mer, the beach of Men-Du, which is located on the edge of Carnac-Plage.
At low tide, you can indulge in fishing on foot or reach by the sandbank, the island of Stuhan, accessible at this time of the tide. At high tide, swimming is very pleasant.
As on the beach of Kervillen, you will find acces for disabled people, public toilets, monitoring station and beach club.
In July and August, the free transport Trinibus serves the two main beaches of La Trinité sur Mer.
© Le Gal Yannick - Plage Men-Du