La Trinité-sur-Mer (An Drinded-Karnag in Breton), is a small French village on the coast of Brittany, east of Carnac. With approximately 1,500 inhabitants, the town is primarily a port, with a seaside quay dotted by numerous seafood restaurants. Notably, it was the birthplace of right-wing politician Jean-Marie Le Pen in 1928. The town is also known for its watersport competitions.
Separated from the well known commune of Carnac in 1864, several of the famous neolithic standing stones in the Carnac stones fall within its boundaries, including the dolmens of Kerdeneven and Kermarquer, and the Petit-Ménec Alignments.
- Copyright: Christian Herquin (Herquin) (7521)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-05-00
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Nikon D40, AF-S DX 18-55/3.5-5.6G ED II, Circ. Polarizer
- Exposure: f/5.6, 1/400 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2008-11-14 8:51