Hoist the colours ! Think you are a pirate just for your holidays, a long-distance sailor or an oyster farmer holding an ancestral knowledge. The village of Petit Piquay, resolutely turned towards the waters of the Bassin d'Arcachon, will make you discover the benefits of an oceanfront life. Find your villa rental Cap Ferret Le Petit Piquay
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Like any sailor of the Basin who respects himself, you are not unaware that the pinnacle designates a light boat that owes its name to the pine that was originally used for its construction. Nowadays, this small ship is mainly used in the Bassin d'Arcachon for fishing or strolling boaters wanting to discover the region. What if you were to embark on one of them? Go aboard the Marie Galante and enjoy an unforgettable and original tour of the Bassin d'Arcachon. From the sea, allow yourself the luxury of a surprising and different view of the wonders of each oyster farmer village. Like the sailors of past centuries, sail from the Grand Piquey or the Canon to the mouth of the Leyre or the coasts of the Île aux oiseaux. Marie Galante will also make you sail along the villages of the Peninsula, to the dune of the Pilat or to the bench of Arguin where you can disembark for a while. Here is an unprecedented opportunity to discover the Basin as it allow you to see the men of the sea. Speaking of sailor seasoned to navigation in the Bassin d'Arcachon, the skipper Marie Galante knows the country well and all the stories that build their heritage. Enjoy a stopover so as to taste a seafood platter ...
Moreover, who says seafarer is often in love with crustaceans lined with oyster-duck fish. If this is your case, spend three hours with an oyster farmer who will share with you the secrets of his trade. Meet at low tide and initiation begins ... Loading the barge, duplicating oyster pockets, cleaning the parks and finally harvesting commercial oysters ... After that, you will have deserved to taste the oysters you have taken care of.