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Have been coming back here for the last 6 years and am currently writing this review from la trinite sur mer.
This coastal walk is perfect any time of day , so relaxing and so beautiful . Start off in la trinite sur mer by...More
The path takes you along the river Crac’h from La Trinité to its mouth. It is a good, easy more or less flat walking path with plenty of places to stop and admire the scenery or to sit down. Public toilets either end. The path...More
Stayed for three nights in this little port and it's beautiful. Did this coastal walk and you can walk for miles around the coast in fact you can do a little or a lot up to the individuals and if you want to stop you...More
I'm disabled and walk with a stick. I could manage this easy more or less flat walk as the paths have been restored by the local council.
When we were here there were masses of wild flowers the likes of which I have never seen...More
We walked along the path from town for about 30 minutes one sunny Sunday morning. We had the path completely to ourselves. We almost made it to the point. The tide was out and we could see the oyster beds - the men were busy...More
We walked the whole way around the Trinite sur Mer along beaches and pretty views of the ocean. I think it's best to walk along this path during low tide. There were moments where the path wasn't very clear and you end up having to...More
This walk goes from La Trinite to the mouth of the Riviere du Crach. Take advantage of toilet facilities in La Trinite as there are none en route.On one side of the path are the gardens of highly desirable houses that overlook the estuary. To...More
Nice walk. Towards the end go walk by the beach and enjoy the view. Well covered from wind and kids loved playing and swimming there.
We went more than once, before 14:00 beach was deserted, 14-18 not a place to step
After 18 just enjoy...More
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To be honest I don't know. I assume the French have the equivalent of our ordnance survey maps available from their book shops, however if your just walk in around this peninsula you really cannot get lot, just follow the... More
To be honest I don't know. I assume the French have the equivalent of our ordnance survey maps available from their book shops, however if your just walk in around this peninsula you really cannot get lot, just follow the obvious path that hugs the coastline. Hope this helps. Enjoy.