Departure by boat from Le Canon

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Boarding of the Thiers pier in Le Canon possible from 13 juin to 13 septembre .
Outside this period the nearest boarding (4km ) Lien: Boat from Cap Ferret.

1. Cruises (s) from Le Canon le Mercredi 22 Septembre 2021

No scheduled excursion le Mercredi 22 Septembre 2021.
Next depart: 25 Sep 2021.
Waiting for one solution: rent a boat for a group.

2. Marine shuttles from Le Canon le Mercredi 22 Septembre 2021

2a. Le Mercredi 22 Septembre 2021 one solution for Arcachon Bateau Taxi. Bateau Taxi

Prochaine navette pour Arcachon le 25 Sep 2021.

3. Future special boat trips from Le Canon

No more Special tour programmed from Le Canon (Program may not yet be available).

4. Future special boat trips from Cap Ferret

(The jetty of the Cap ferret is at a distance of 4 km from Le Canon).

No special boat trip from Cap Ferret (The programme may not be available yet).

5. Future special boat trips from Arcachon

(To Arcachon take the sea shuttle from Belisaire ).
date embarquementheure embarquementlien circuitachatduréetarif adultetarif enfantnote
26 Sep08h00Pêche sur le BassinAchat04h0032.0 €23.0 €sur reservation 0557722828
26 Sep12h00Croisière repasAchat02h3060.0 €32.0 €05 57 72 28 28 min:15 pax

☎ Arcachon: 05 57 72 28 28.

 

The village The Canon

The village of The Canon is a must in Cap Ferret. In spring the place is just magic, in summer it is extraordinary.
The colourful oyster huts, the main alley dotted with oyster shells, the mimosas in bloom. Everything is there to immerse you in a world apart. Time for an oyster tasting in front of the Bassin.
A small beach is accessible to all tides in the middle of the bay. Rather small, it is quickly crowded. If you arrive early enough you will undoubtedly spend a beautiful day facing the Arcachon Basin. The name comes from a large cast iron cannon. This cannon stayed a long time. It remains as a memory of the maritime wars against the English during the Revolution and the First Empire.

Les pinasses

These boats were initially dedicated to fishing or oyster farming and later to boat trips. During the 20th century, they became pleasure craft. These boats are now equipped with all modern comforts and represent most of the pinnacles that we meet today on the ports of the Arcachon Basin. Often made of composite materials, modern pinnacles are less and less made of pine wood, but they still retain their characteristic silhouette.