Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat offers a wide range of water-based activities during summer season as well as all year round. Boat rental, diving, jet skiing, wakeboarding, stand-up paddling, sailing... You name it!
Water Sports Club
Located on Cros deï Pin beach, the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat Water Sports Club hires out equipment for kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, dinghy sailing, catamaran sailing, pedalo and stand-up paddling. It also offers sailing lessons and catamaran taster cruises. The club also organises several sporting events and festivals during the summer season.
New: the water-club is now part of the CRT French Riviera Card, with discounts applying to kayaking and paddling.
Tel. : +33 (0)4 93 76 10 08 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.clubnautique-capferrat.fr
Cap Ferrat Diving
Located at the old harbour, Olivier and his team are on hand to help you explore the region on board a typical Mediterranean fishing boat. Activities include diving taster sessions, night diving, courses for children and private lessons.
Tel. : +33 (0)6 89 26 95 25> - email@example.com - www.capferratdiving.com
Cap Ferrat WatersportsJet skiing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing, water skiing, ski tubing, boat trips, parasailing, paddle-board, seminars, trips day-long and week-long sailing trips... anything is possible!
Paloma beach and Baie des fourmis
Tel. : +33 (0)6 16 67 78 28 - firstname.lastname@example.org
SOS Grand Bleu association
The purpose of SOS Grand Bleu is to implement, develop and encourage initiatives aimed at protecting Mediterranean flora and fauna, especially species that are threatened by the increase in human activity in the sea or on land, such as dolphins and whales. During the summer, the association organises trips on board a fabulous caïque sailing boat to see whales and dolphins. It also created the underwater trail at Les Fossettes
Tel. : +33 (0)4 93 76 17 61 - email@example.com
Underwater trailLocated at one end of Les Fossettes beach, the underwater trail is designed for swimming along the surface with a mask, snorkel and flippers.
Comprising a 200 metre long waymarked trail, in just a few metres of water (0 to 3 metres), you can explore the different habitats (sandy or rocky seabed, Posidonia seagrass etc) to see all the beauty of underwater life for yourself, at your own pace. A fun and unusual activity!
The underwater trail was not only created due to popular demand from visitors, but also as a fantastic way to learn about the richness of the seabed via numbered buoys fitted with submerged explanatory boards that are accessible for children as well as adults.
Exceptional closure in 2016.