Cap Ferret is a well-known town in the Arcachon Basin region. It is located at the tip of the Bassin. It offers both wooded but also marshy corners. There is only one road to access it which makes the trip to Cape Town sometimes very long due to traffic jams. However, many solutions are available such as the boat. Renting a bike also allows you to avoid these traffic jams and to set off with peace of mind.
Bike and boat to go to Cap Ferret
There are two solutions to get to Cap Ferret in peace. The first is to get there using the cycle path that runs along the entire Basin. It is seventy-seven kilometers long and the trip lasts a good day. We strongly recommend a
The second more suitable solution if you don’t feel like going long distance is to embark for Cape Town on board a boat. Departing from Thiers jetty, the
When you arrive, the intimate beaches of the peninsula offer visitors serenity and a change of scenery. Indeed, the atmosphere that emanates from Cap Ferret is relaxing. The charm and luxury hidden between the pines are expressed in a discreet way. Coming to Cap Ferret is to discover a world that only the inhabitants of the Cape really know. However, pay attention to the departure times, the shuttle leaves Arcachon once an hour. Different prices can be found on the UBA website.
To do in Cap Ferret by bike
Between nature and refinement, Cap Ferret shows its most beautiful landscapes to all the curious. By bike, there are many magical corners to discover.
A four-kilometer track starting from the top of the Cape and going towards the point is to be tested. It runs along the Cape peninsula and the seafront. For two hours, the route is easily done by
For an outing through protected sites, the Belle de Nuit and Labradors walk is ideal. Here, a
For lovers of bike rides, the Arcachon Bay is the ideal spot. Each city is linked to another by numerous cycle paths, Cape Town being no exception. It is easy to discover typical and magnificent corners where time seems to have stood still and where nature has fully reclaimed its rights.