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A former blue stone quarry, the quarry offers different platforms and allows diving for all levels of divers. SCOUFFLENY is 750m long and 250m wide, 15ha of water, a maximum depth of 44m.

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Barrage l’Eau d’Heures is a varied dive site, located in the largest water area in Belgium. The lake is easily accessible and offers a unique underwater biotope in addition to a large number of underwater objects. Barrage is definitely worth a dive.

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Villers-deux-Eglises

The Villers-Deux-Eglises quarry is a former iron ore and red marble extraction quarry. In the second half of the 16th century, it supplied marble for the decoration of abbeys in the Aisne, Oise and Mons.

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Nemo 33 has long been the deepest swimming pool in the world. This indoor center is not only famous for its maximum depth of 33 meters, but also for the very pleasant water temperature of 33 degrees Celsius.

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Croisette, La Carrière Vodecée

Near Philippeville you will find the hamlet of Vodecée, where you will find next to Vodelée and La Roche Fontaine a third quarry loved by divers. This quarry is also called La Croisette. This quarry used to extract red marble.

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Carriere de la Rochefontaine

It is an old red marble quarry that was exploited until the 1980’s. A oblique plane going down from, 4m to 6m (the height varies according to the seasons), then the quarry is made up of plateaus at depths of 22m, 26m, 36m, 40m, 43m and 52m with steep walls.

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Carrière Trois Fontaines

In an enchanting and exclusive setting, come and discover the underwater world of a former quartzite quarry or take advantage of the exceptional setting to organise your events on a floating pontoon.

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Carriere du Flato - Floreffe

It is 280 metres long and 80 metres wide, covering a little more than 2 hectares, with a maximum depth of 13 to 16 metres, depending on variations in the water table, and an average depth of 8 to 13 metres.

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This dive site is an old marble quarry located in the village of Vodelée, near Philippeville. Pink and gray marble was mined here, and every now and then you can still see some underwater.

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De Nekker

The Nekker, a 65-hectare rec center, features a pond, partly natural and protected, partly from E-19 construction sand extraction. The 30-hectare diving pond doubles as a swimming, surfing, and fishing spot, with a spacious beach. Adjacent facilities include classrooms, changing rooms, and a bar.

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