Cap Ferrat walks

Aristocrats, artists, politicians, or billionaire businessmen, these famous residents have chosen St Jean Cap Ferrat for its preserved environment, between pine hood and rugged coastline.
The best way to explore Saint Jean Cap Ferrat are the walks that go through the whole peninsula.
Here below our selection of 3 tours to help you discover our beautiful destination.

L’Isthme de St Jean

Baie des Fourmis
Vue sur la baie des Fourmis

This walk will guide you to the heights of the peninsula, between the bay of Beaulieu on the East side and the Bay of Villefranche on the West side. Walking among the native pines you will catch sight of amazing palaces and villas surrounded by beautiful gardens. Unmissable stop: the villa-museum Ephrussi de Rothschild (built in 1912), authentic symbol of the Belle Epoque splendour.

Starting directly from the hotel: 2h00
 

Isthme de St Jean
Isthme de St Jean

 

Pointe Saint Hospice

Pointe Saint Hospice
Pointe Saint Hospice

From the port of St Jean Cap Ferrat, you will walk along a coastal path that will lead you to the St Hospice Chapel and the Genoese tower, historical monument built during the 18th century. By continuing, you will turn around the edge to reach the ”Fosse” and the “Fossettes” coves, beautiful hidden beaches with turquoise waters.

Footpath starting directly from the hotel. 2h40
Starting from St jean Cap Ferrat center: 2h00

Pointe Saint Hospice
Pointe Saint Hospice

 
Tour du Cap

Pointe Saint Hospice
Pointe Saint Hospice

This last walk will take you until the land end, along the limestone cliffs and rocky sharp edges that surround the famous Cap Ferrat lighthouse. This majestic structure built by the Sardinians in 1827 was destroyed by the Germans in 1944 before being rebuilt in 1951. It is now a historical monument since 2012.

Staring directly from the hotel: 2h40
Starting from St jean Cap Ferrat center: 2h00

Tour du Cap Ferrat
Tour du Cap Ferrat