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The Bay of Arcachon

La P'tite Maison des Jacquets

More like the sea?



The peninsula of Lège Cap-Ferret surrounds the Bay of Arcachon.


It is famous for its gastronomy (oysters and seafood), its national reserve of salt meadows, the reservoirs of Piraillan, its view of the Dune du Pilat and the Ile aux oiseaux, the Cap-Ferret lighthouse...
Ideally located, come and discover our "little house".



Located in a dead end between sea and forest, our small house of 50m ² is comfortable, the stay is quiet facing the dune of Truquet.

In Lège-Cap-Ferret, 3 km from the Michelet beach and 1.9 km from the Ile aux Oiseaux, the Petite Maison des Jacquets offers a connection to all the facilities for your comfort, during your holidays (Wi-Fi, air conditioning, television, fully equipped kitchen, washing machine...). You can enjoy the garden facing the dune while having a barbecue.

For more comfort, linen is provided and is included in the extra cost of the housekeeping.

The nearby beach is a beautiful, clean, fine sandy beach with a gentle slope, for the peace and quiet of parents with young children. The dune offers a beautiful walk with a breathtaking view. There are camping tables in the best places.


Facilities & Services



Nearby you will find a golf course, an accro-branche and many other attractions, the "Red Store" restaurant in the former chapel of the Jacquets. At the entrance to the peninsula you can visit the "cabane du résinier" , situated on the edge of the "près salés" nature reserve, which offers you beautiful walks, with or without a guide, which is up to you. In Petit Piquey you will find everything you need in the media library and all the shops: pharmacy, butcher's, grocer's...




Son of an oyster farmer and grandson of a Gemeur ostreiculteur or resinier known as lou résinaïre, Stéphane spent his early childhood in Les Jacquets. The school was located in the place of the media library and he went there with his sisters by crossing the Truquet dune "a sand dune planted with pine trees and now a listed heritage site" adjacent to the house. On Sundays, they would go to mass in the wooden chapel which has now become the Red Store restaurant at the entrance to the village. The forest on one side, the sea on the other, their playground was vast. This playground was also that of their children since Nadine and Stéphane lived there for years before coming to settle in Ariège. Originally potters, Stéphane and his son have transformed the old pottery shop into a real little house, which they are now offering for rent.