The real holidays, its here on the Arcachon Bay : the beauty of the landscapes, the places diversity, the calm waters of the Bay favorable for long boat trips or the Atlantic coast with its thin sand stretch for the thrill seekers, the wonderful walks or ride to allow you to discover this unique natural space.
Destination Le Moulleau Cap Ferret :
The Moulleau is a beautiful Arcachon district, a little village mostly pedestrian, its authenticity and its familial atmosphere are making it a very popular destination during the summer. Its chic shops and its trendy coffees entertained the main street.
The Lège-Cap Ferret peninsula, sand and pines areas, shelters ten little oyster-farming villages each more charming than the other.
No departure to the desired date, find our next departures:
NO PHONE RESERVATION.
TICKETS PURCHASE AT THE VERY DAY ON THE DEPARTURE JETTY : MOULLEAU JETTY AND BELISAIRE JETTY.
Two-ways trip tickets only valid for a trip back during the day : day ticket not valid after 7:30 p.m.
Tickets only valid on the purchased day.
It is advised to arrive as earlier as possible. Look out at your SNCF connections, foresee lateness on the shuttles arrival is cas of crowd, especially in late morning and at the end of the day.
Boarding and landing are impossible for disabled people.
The electric bikes transportation is impossible.
Because of tides, sandbank, weather conditions and considering the Moulleau jetty layout some departures and trips back can be modified or canceled.
Especially at low tide, the landing and boarding can be done by ladder on the beach, the bikes transportation will be impossible in case of unfavorable weather or landing on the beach.
UBA is keeping the right to modify the excursions, hours and prices, without notice (see ours general terms and conditions.)
"This Summer, we stayed at Arcachon for the first time and we were meeting some friends for the night, opposite to the Cap Ferret. We were pleasantly surprised because there is a night service shuttles which allowed us to meet our friends during the day and to get back easily after dinner. It is a very appreciable and uncommon means of transport for us, coming from the Center of France."