Nestling in a sheltered ria, La Trinité-sur-Mer is the time-honored meeting place of sailing enthusiasts. The town's sailing club, founded in 1879, is one of France's oldest. From April through September, regattas take place in the harbor, which is large enough to accommodate 1,200 yatchs.
La Trinité also has a fishing industry, which supplies the town's lively fish market.
The lively seafront quai offers restaurants and cafés with harbor views.
The Pont de Kérisper offers breathtaking views of the Crac'h river, which it spans, the oyster farms further upriver, and the marina further downstream.
A coastal path leads from the harbor to the beaches.
Sailboats line the horizon ~ creating a timeless feeling
Celebrating Jody's birthday upon the harbor