The Presqu'ile de Saint Hospice , 40m high, forms a peninsula which extends E from the center of the E side of the Cap Ferrat promontory. It is surmounted by a chapel and a conspicuous tower Pointe Saint Hospice, located 1.2 miles NE of the Cap Ferrat Light, is the E extremity of the peninsula.
Vessels, with local knowledge, can anchor off Anse de Scaletta, a small bay, lying 0.2 mile WNW of Pointe Saint Hospice. There are depths of 6 to 13m with a bottom of muddy sand and weed, good holding ground.
- Port de Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, a small harbor, lies on the N side of the root of Presqu'ile de Saint Hospice. It is protected
by a breakwater, which extends NNW, and can accommodate small craft and yachts with drafts up to 4m.
Beaulieu-sur-Mer is situated on the coast, 1.2 miles NNW of Pointe Saint Hospice. This town may be identified by several prominent buildings.
- Port des Fourmis is very small and shallow. It is formed by two breakwaters and is used by small fishing craft and yachts. A prominent white house stands on a point located close E of the harbor.
- Port de Beaulieu is enclosed by a breakwater and its entrance is protected by a detached breakwater. This harbor has extensive facilities for small craft and yachts.
Caution: The waters off Beaulieu may sometimes be used by sea planes fighting forest fires.