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Tourism in Cap Ferret

Among the ten villages that make up the peninsula of Lège Cap Ferret, one must: Cap Ferret! Holidaymakers are not mistaken: every year, many are there to enjoy its many benefits. Village life, for starters: a craft market is held every week, and many rental options are available. Especially the campsite Les Embruns, with a large choice of chalets, mobile homes and caravans, as well as a water park.

Tourism in Cap Ferret : Nearby Department

Tourism in Cap Ferret : Holiday ideas

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Rent a boat in Lège Cap Ferret

Rent a boat in Lège Cap Ferret
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Surf schools in Lège Cap Ferret

Surf schools in Lège Cap Ferret
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Top 9 restaurants in Lège Cap Ferret

Top 9 restaurants in Lège Cap Ferret
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The markets of Lège-Cap Ferret

The markets of Lège-Cap Ferret
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Visit of the Cap Ferret Lighthouse

Visit of the Cap Ferret Lighthouse

Activities in Cap Ferret

By radiating around Cap Ferret, you will be spoiled for choice in terms of activities: swimming and sunbathing? The ocean beaches of Grand Crohot are only 8 kilometers away. Tasting specialties? Order your seafood platter, the “white dune”, a local pastry shop, or a homemade ice cream. Excursion? Opt for a stroll in pinasse (a small typical boat) on the Arcachon basin or go explore the Medoc!

Tourism and places of interest in Cap Ferret

With its paradisiac vegetation, its picturesque village and its many craft shops, Cap Ferret is full of activities to do and addresses to discover. Enjoy your holidays to explore all facets! And do not miss the places to be par excellence. Starting from the Cap Ferret lighthouse: from a height of 52 meters, this building, open from Wednesday to Sunday, reigns all over Cap Ferret and offers you a breathtaking view of the bird island and the Arcachon basin! Lège Cap Ferret, visit an architectural curiosity: the Sainte-Marie-du-Cap Chapel, built in 1864. Although Catholic, it is largely inspired by the neo-Moorish style with its ceramic mosaic with floral and geometric motifs, its arches and its domes. Finally, for a breathtaking view of the ocean, head to Pointe Beach: wild and unspoiled, it will amaze you with its impressive waves and its panorama overlooking the Dune of Pilat, the largest dune in Europe ( 106 meters high!). Finally, for a quiet excursion, the Port of Piraillan, typical of Cap Ferret, will allow you to see the cabins of oyster farmers and enjoy a plate of oysters in the Arcachon basin.

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