Cap Ferret is a French cap forming a barrier beach that lies at the southern end of the peninsula of Lege-Cap-Ferret, Gironde. It separates the Atlantic Ocean and the Bay of Arcachon. Famous for its lighthouse is located in the heart of the Landes de Gascogne and the Pays de Buch.
Places that are found from north to south: Claouey, The Jacquets, Petit and Grand Piquey Piraillan, Canon, L'Herbe, La Vigne and Cap Ferret.
Cap-Ferret is a village located at the end of the peninsula of Lege-Cap-Ferret. The Arcachon basin in the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west, provide the Cap-Ferret original location. We can thus enjoy a side landscapes of Arcachon and the other waves and the immensity of the Silver Coast. At the tip, which makes the connection between the Bassin d'Arcachon and the Atlantic Ocean, there is the Dune du Pilat (or dune du Pyla) and the Banc d'Arguin, amid passes.
Cap-Ferret is a well-known Silver Coast resort. This earned him busy, especially in summer, by many celebrities seeking tranquility and beauty of the Bay of Arcachon. So, with home prices almost always exceeding one million euros, Cap Ferret is nicknamed the "St. Tropez of the Atlantic" 1.
The French film Little White Lies (2010) is largely shot, like Yes (1996).