From the month of June and throughout the summer, the Tourist Office of La Trinité sur Mer organises walks in the salt marshes of Kervillen.
The history of the salt marshes of La Trinité:
After two centuries of existence, the salt marshes of Kervillen were untapped for about sixty years and abandoned.
In 1980, the General Council of Morbihan bought the salt works. The site becomes a sensitive natural area and in 2010, the rehabilitation of the marshes begins.
After two years of major restoration work, Kervillen's salt production activity resumed.
Present from the beginning of the project, Damien Phélip, a former salt farmer, is responsible for the exploitation of "La Trinité sur Mer salt", whose marketing began on the 1st of August 2014.
A protected natural area near the campsite:
Located close to the Camping de La Baie, along the coastal path, the salt marshes of Kervillen are a protected natural area, open to the public.
The site hosts a remarkable flora and fauna.
It allows observation in the wild of many birds of the Brittany coast: terns, waders, ducks, hens of water nest in peace on the islets formed by the activity of the salt marshes.
Come and discover the making of the salt of La Trinité sur Mer
From June, accompanied by a nature guide, you will be able to follow the activity of the salt workers of Kervillen, the preparation and the obtaining of the salt according to ancestral methods.
To participate in this animation for young and old, just register with the Tourist Office of La Trinité sur Mer.
It's free !
For more information, discover the site of the Salt Marshes of La Trinité sur Mer and find for sale the Salt, every Tuesday and every Friday, on the market of La Trinité sur Mer from the month of April!