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Les Moyades

Small rocky island located south of Marseille, off the Calanques massif. It is part of the Riou archipelago, a beautiful canyon followed by a drop off. It is not uncommon to see groupers, greater forkbeards, eels, anthias, damsel fish and even barrakudas.

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Moyadons

The Moyadons dive site, located off the island of Riou between Marseille and Cassis, is renowned for its spectacular underwater scenery. Accessible to beginner to intermediate divers, it lies between the surface and a depth of 30 meters.

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Calanque de Pouars Plane

Also known as Pouars or Port de Plane, this well-protected cove resembles a small port. Left-hand rock, access only possible in calm seas to a small tunnel passing outside the cove between 4 and 8 m. Outside, two rocky peaks at around 12 m and a ridge at 20 m dropping to a maximum of 35 m.

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Impérial de Terre

The Impériaux are part of the Riou Archipelago and represent 3 rocks to the northeast of the island, making them one of Marseille's best-known dives.

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Faille de Plane

Between underwater plateaus, tunnels and drop-offs, there’s something for everyone.The main plateaus are between 8 and 12 metres long.On the faults side: a ten-metre tunnel with several possible entrances/exits and an arch/grotto.Beautiful drop-offs of up to 30 metres on the Cap de Plane side.

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Pierre à Joseph

Rocky reef starting on Plane and heading towards Riou. Small drop-off with many schools of fish: on the high rocky scree transforming into a small plateau. Heading out to sea, a canyon forms between the reef and a hill below -marine. the current can be very strong.

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La grotte à perez.

A beautiful drop to a maximum of 40 m with a small plateau at around 30 m, this enormous cathedral-cave starts at 25 m and drops to around 14 m, advancing by around ten metres on the inside.

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La grotte à Perez

Beautiful falling at a maximum depth of 40m with a small plateau around 30m, this enormous cave-cathedral begins at 25m to approximately up to 14m and advances about ten meters inside. ​

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Impérial du Large

The Impériaux are part of the Riou Archipelago and represent 3 rocks to the north-east of the island, making them one of the best-known dives in Marseille.

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Impérial du milieu

The Impériaux are part of the Riou Archipelago and represent 3 rocks to the north-east of the island, making them one of Marseille's best-known divesThe Impérial du milieu is located in the middle of the 3 rocks, as its name suggests.

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