Saint Jean Cap Ferrat is the perfect place to visit the beaches and enjoy the warm sun and refreshing Mediterranean Sea. There are several options on the peninsula for where to go to the beach but be sure to check the accessibility and parking at the beaches beforehand, as not everywhere is easy to get to and not all beaches have parking lots available.
Cros deï Pin (Harbour beach)
This is the largest and oldest beach on the peninsula (opened in 1932). It is located right in the centre of the town and is very easy to access. There are showers right on the beach. At the same time, there is a beach volleyball court on the beach and during the season there are also plenty of places for sports and water activities.
Cros deï Pin is the only beach where dogs are allowed.
A beach for snorkelers, located directly below the Jardin de la Paix. It’s a small, discreet beach where you can enjoy a little more tranquillity than other beaches, which are often full of tourists.
There are showers right on the beach and a short walk from the beach you can use the refreshments and toilets.
This beach offers the best views of any beach on the peninsula. Right from the beach you will have a wonderful view of the villas and the former quarry of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat. Like Les Fossettes, this beach is great for snorkelers.