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Dive sites nearby

Les Sardinaux

Off the coast of St Maxime, dive site located opposite Pointe des Sardinaux. Suitable for beginners (large plateau starting at 3m) to advanced divers (2 drop-offs at around 40m).

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La Sèche L’Huile

Near St. Maxime, this dive site is located near a lighthouse that used to be powered by an oil lamp (hence the name). An excellent site for all levels of divers (from 4m to 50m). You'll see two cliffs: one up to 40m and the other up to 55m.

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Roche fouras

At the foot of the semaphore of Cap Camarat, this rock goes down to 12 meters and is home to a very diverse fauna. Although it is the 300m strip, pay attention to the boats. The current can be very strong.

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Rubis, wreck

The Ruby is one of the Mediterranean’s must-see wrecks. Ranked by the magazine Plongeurs International among the 101 most beautiful dives in the world, the Rubis is a pure jewel. To be able to observe a submarine in perfect condition is rare enough not to give yourself the opportunity to dive there.

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Poursuivante

The wreck is in two parts that almost touch each other, in one place, the other is turned over. It is placed on a sand background but its sheets are well covered with orange crusty sponges and yellow tubulars.

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Torpilleur

He ended his career by serving as a shooting goal in Cavalaire Bay where he will eventually be sunk. Boiler and machinery had been removed beforehand. The wreck is laid on a background of sand and gravel. It is dislocated and comes in 4 sections roughly intact but interspersed with avachie parts.

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Le Cimentier

Simply equip yourself with your fins, mask and snorkel and go on an adventure in the middle of the fabulous posidonia herbaria. Enjoy the beauty of the “garden of anemones“, be amazed by the mystery of the cement maker’s wreck. With a maximum depth of 3 meters, this trail is suitable for all swimmers.

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Calanque Andati

You will first discover beautiful faults gradually sinking into the posidonia of the surface a dozen meters away. The visibility is excellent on a large part of sand where the sun’s rays offer beautiful colors for photos. you will also find small cavities.

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Togo

Togo hits a mine of UC35. The stern flows immediately and the bow drifts a hundred meters further. The wreck is impressive. The bridge overlooks the sand by about ten meters. The cargo of coal is still visible, you can see the kitchen and its two stoves, as well as the engine room.

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Îlot du Cap Taillat

The cap taillâtes is part of the so-called classification of the three capes of the Saint-Tropez peninsula. This large elongated islet is connected to the high relief of the shore by a strip of low and narrow land.

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