The Cap-Ferret peninsula
Come to the Cap Ferret peninsula, this piece of land between the Atlantic Ocean and the Bassin d'Arcachon. You will love strolling to discover its charming villages, its oyster huts, its typical villas, shopping in the markets, climbing to the famous Cap Ferret lighthouse and admiring the grandiose landscape from the Pointe.
The ocean beaches
Only 15 minutes separate you from the ocean beaches of the Cap Ferret peninsula. You can also get there by taking the magnificent forest cycle path (about 45 minutes for Grand Crohot beach). The latter are renowned for their waves and stretch of fine sand as far as the eye can see. On these beaches, learn to surf, swim or indulge in idleness or a stroll along the water's edge.
The Dune of Pilat
Circumvent the Arcachon Bay to reach the Dune du Pilat. The highest dune in Europe welcomes you in this exceptional setting, between forest, sand and ocean. With its 110 m height, 600 m width and 3 km length, the Dune du Pilat impresses, fascinates and excites. Sit comfortably at the top and observe the Bancs d’Arguin with the ocean in the background.
Bird Island and the cabins on stilts
From one of the piers in the Bassin d'Arcachon, you can embark on a cruise towards the Île aux Oiseaux and its famous cabins on stilts. You will get as close as possible to this postcard setting. This boat or kayak trip will seem timeless.
The Bassin d’Arcachon is bordered by charming towns, full of character. Discover its treasures of history. Do not miss Arcachon with its Ville d'Hiver, Le Teich with its ornithological reserve, Lège-Cap Ferret with its relaxed lifestyle and many others. The warm atmosphere, the benevolence and the iodized air will be there during your walks in the cities of the Bassin d'Arcachon.
Bordeaux and its vineyards
In less than an hour's drive, you will be in Bordeaux. Visit this superb city and its unmissable monuments: Place de la Bourse, Cité du Vin, Quartier Saint-Michel, quays of the Garonne, etc. Bordeaux and its region are known for their vineyards. Take one of the many wine routes in the wine regions near Bordeaux: Médoc, Graves, Sauternes, Blaye, Saint-Emilion, etc.
The region is known for its many cycle paths, accessible to the more adventurous as well as to amateurs. You can visit all the corners of the Bassin d'Arcachon by bike. We invite you to discover the various cycle paths that cross, skirt or slalom on the Bassin d'Arcachon. Please note: the Vélodyssée passes near our establishment.Learn more