Diving in Flic en Flac

Flic en Flac is best known for being a small fishing village that has rapidly developed into a thriving tourist destination. This is a great place to spend your holiday. You will find beautiful beaches where you can unwind and forget it all, a range of watersports and a quiet setting for complete relaxation. Flic en Flac has an 8 kilometer (5 miles) long beach with beautiful white sand and blue lagoons. Many restaurants, hotels, shops can be found in the region. The Flic en Flac beach has an exquisite lagoon protected by the reef, where swimming is safe, and various water sports can be enjoyed. Some of the best dive sites in the region include La Cathédrale, Tug II, Kai Sei 113 Wreck, Couline Bambous, and Snake Reef. The average depth is 35 meters (115 feet) and goes from 5 to 60 meters (16.4 to 196.9 feet). Visibility is high, and water is warm all-year-round. Underwater photography is also a preferred activity in the area. The blue waters of this destination offer a variety of adventures. Explore caves and shipwrecks, admire the reefs and marine life, and swim around drop-offs. If you are a more advanced diver looking for a thrilling experience, head to Cavern Moe, a cave situated at 60 meters of depth (196.9 feet).

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Aquatic Life in Flic en Flac

Caves, arches, drop-offs, and shipwrecks are only some of the things you will find in the blue waters of Flic en Flac. The species you will encounter are varied and include groupers, wrasse, sweetlips, angelfish and clownfish, all swimming along the colourful and healthy reefs. You will also see scores of shrimp and crayfish, stonefish, scorpionfish, lionfish and moray eels. From sites perfect for a relaxed dive to spots that offer more exciting dives, this is a place where you are sure to find the adventure you are looking for no matter what your level of diving is.