La Trinité sur mer - Carnac
La Trinité sur Mer
A natural harbour at the mouth of the River Crac'h, at the bottom of the bay of Quiberon. Once renown for its oysters, it is now a famous yacht harbour where you can admire some of the world's most beautiful ocean-going racers.
Small or large, on the river or on the bay, there is a beach to suit all tastes
according to which way the wind is blowing and your preference - trendy, up-market, sporty, quiet or isolated.
Megaliths at Petit Menec
The standing stones
The standing stones of Carnac, as impressive as they are fascinating. Everything has been said about their origin, but one things is certain, no-one knows what that is.
Many buildings in the area were built with stone taken from the site in the 19th century, notably Goulphar, the main lightbouse on Belle Ile. A site not to be missed, to be visited preferably at sunrise or sunset.
See also the
tumulus St, Michel de Carnac, with a view over the whole region.
From the biggest" La Grand-Plage", to the most secret at Pô, you will be overcome by their diversity and charm.
Sea Water Therapy
An area favoured for treatments, sauna, spa or hamman. Open all year - ideal for your out-of-season weekends. Various packages available, including 2 hours access to the Spa.