312 amazing rentals from 13 holiday letting websites, such as Homelidays or stayz, are listed in Cap Ferret. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals and the highest rated rentals in Cap Ferret.
Recommended holiday lettings in Cap Ferret
Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Cap Ferret from just £60 per night
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Cap Ferret
Cap Ferret is a fantastic holiday destination if you want an accommodation with a pool. A few of the holiday rentals there provide one. House rentals with pools in Cap Ferret are a wonderful choice for groups of 9 and have an average cost of £598 a night. If you would also like to be close to the water, all of the accommodation options with a pool are within 2 kilometres of the waterfront. In Cap Ferret, there are plenty of options if you're searching for a holiday letting that allows pets. Pet-friendly rentals in Cap Ferret cost, on average, £242 per night. You can also search for pet-friendly lettings that are centrally located. In Cap Ferret, a few of the holiday rentals are situated less than 2 kilometres away from the city centre.
The Weather in Cap Ferret
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Above is a climate diagram for Cap Ferret. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 26°. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Cap Ferret in February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is July.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Cap Ferret
175 out of the 312 available properties in Cap Ferret are house rentals. They account for more than half of the properties in this destination (52.4%). The standard size of house rentals in Cap Ferret is 116 m², with a median price of £446 a night. Furthermore, if you're going in a group of 8, house rentals are the ideal accommodation type in Cap Ferret, since they can usually accommodate 8 people. You could also look at other types of accommodation in Cap Ferret. Hotel rooms are another typical property type in Cap Ferret, with 70 offers listed. Our data reveals that the standard cost of hotel rooms is £209 a night for an area of 24 m².
The best of Cap Ferret: dunes, oysters, and holiday lettings
Cap Ferret amazes visitors with its wild Atlantic coastline, abundant oysters, and lush pine forests. Staying at one of Cap Ferret's holiday rentals will allow you to immerse yourself in the authentic French way of life, whether you pick a beachside wooden chalet, an oysterman’s hut, or an Arcachon villa.
Where to find the best food in Cap Ferret?
Eating in France's oyster capital
Oyster farming and eating in Cap Ferret are not luxurious pastimes, but traditions passed down from generation to generation. The best places to taste Cap Ferret oysters are the unpretentious waterside restaurants of the oyster farming village of L’Herbe, located on Cap Ferret's eastern side.
If you stay in one of the holiday rentals in Cap Ferret, you can prepare your own French meals with the gourmet ingredients available at Arcachon's picturesque market.
What are the best activities for families in Cap Ferret?
Why Cap Ferret is a top family destination
Cap Ferret is one of the most popular family destinations for French families. Most of its holiday chalets are well-equipped for families, including children's bedrooms, baby cots, and high chairs.
Cap Ferret's beaches are fun for the family. While younger children can enjoy the eastern bay's calm waters, older children can enjoy various aquatic activities in the Atlantic waves. Families will also love the headland’s coastal paths, reserved for pedestrians and bicycles.
Where are the unique attractions in Cap Ferret?
Cap Ferret: from sand dunes to Atlantic waves
Visitors to Cap Ferret can experience activities such as surfing the Atlantic's waves on the headland's western side, and admiring fishing boats and oyster shacks along the calm waters of Arcachon Bay on the eastern side.
Across the bay is the impressive Dune of Pilat, Europe's tallest sand dune. You can hike or bike to the top of the dune, and be rewarded with a roller coaster-like descent!
Art enthusiasts will love Arcachon's winter town section, a short ferry ride from Cap Ferret. The winter town features a group of 19th-century neo-Gothic mansions, some of which are available for holiday rental.
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