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Dive sites nearby

La Gabinière Ouest

The dive alternates between large rocky screes and ends to the south with magnificent ridges up to 40 m. Sheltered from the easterly wind, with the possibility of mooring on 4 buoys.

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La Gabinière Est tombant

Ile de la Gabinière is located to the south-east of Port-Cros. The site is slightly protected from the Mistral, but very exposed to the easterly wind. Drift diving with a magnificent drop-off from 0 to 50 m.

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Pointe de la Croix

Located southeast of Port-Cros, Pointe de la Croix has a topography similar to Pointe de Montrémian, i.e. a long rocky stop a few meters high, surrounded by posidonia.

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Pointe du Vaisseau

To the south-east of the island of Port-Cros, Pointe du Vaisseau is a dive that closely resembles La Gabinière in terms of both flora and fauna. However, unlike Gabinière Est or Sec de la Gabinière, there is much less current.

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Pointe de la Galère

At the north-eastern tip of Port-Cros island, Pointe de la Galère is one of the most beautiful dives in the National Park. The dive takes place along a rocky point that descends to 34°.

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Les dalles de Bagaud

Rocky ridges composed of flat rocks surrounded by posidonia. One rock with a round hole is nicknamed "L'oeil de Bagaud" (Bagaud's eye). Maritime traffic in the pass is intense.

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Pointe de Montrémian

From 0 to 34 m, with its famous "ski slope" for the impressive 45° sandy slope that characterizes it, this dive site is located to the north-west of the island of Bagaud, one of the smallest of the Hyères islands, in the heart of the Port-Cros National Park.

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Barge aux congres (La Tantine)

It is a difficult dive both because of its depth and because there is often a strong current at the site. Its small size makes it difficult to locate, the wreck is of no interest and there is no particular fascination in seeing it for the first time.

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Sec du Sarranier

Located between Porquerolles and Port Cros. Head of rock at 18 meters, average depth of 40 meters. Life abounds here, both in terms of flora and fauna. The variety of species found here is considerable, and it's not uncommon to come across pelagic fish, lichen or tuna.

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le Grec

One of the most beautiful wrecks in the Var! Little brother of the Donator, it benefits from the same geographical situation and an incredible amount of life. Not to be missed!

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