The port of Capbreton, facing the Atlantic ocean, is the only harbour in the Landes. It is the gateway to a town with a rich maritime history, set in an unspoilt natural environment. Right next to endless sandy beaches and the Landes pine forest, it’s a unique natural setting in Europe, which makes Capbreton an unforgettable, relaxed port of call.
950 berths for boats up to 23 m; 50 moorings for visitors. Freshwater and electricity at every mooring.
On each basin: toilets, showers, waste and oil disposal, noticeboard with daily weather forecast.
Boarding facilities for disabled boaters (bunker station)
During high season, a water taxi named “le Boucarot” offers a shuttle service across the harbour between Capbreton and Hossegor (high season only)
- 24-hour fuel berth
- Ice-making facilities
- Greywater and blackwater pumps
- Lift for boats up to 30 tons
May to June and September to October: open 7 days
Monday to Friday: 8am – 12:30pm and 1pm – 6 pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 8am – 6pm
July to August: open 7 days, 7am – 9pm
November to April:
Monday to Friday: 8am – 12:30pm and 1pm– 6pm
Saturday: 8am – 12.30pm