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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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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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Espingole, wreck

A 56m*6m torpedo boat located in the bay of Cavalaire rests on a 39m sandy bottom. She sank on 4 February 1903 during an attempt to tow her to the port of Cavalaire after she ran aground on the dry land of Taillat.

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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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Cap Lardier

On this dive, you'll discover Cap Lardier, which offers spectacular views of Mediterranean flora and fauna in the sunlight. You'll also find a fascinating underwater tunnel.

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Moyen Sec

The average depth drops from 12 to 32 meters. It offers an unforgettable diving experience for lovers of underwater flora and fauna. The descent along the drop-off reveals a rich and diverse underwater world with beautiful gorgonians.

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Dent de requin

Falling about twenty meters ending in an emerging rock resembling that of a shark’s tooth. Overhanged by a rocky plateau interspersed with small faults that allows beginner divers to discover many species.

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Prophète

South-east of Cap Lardier, on a sandy seabed 33m deep, lies the wreck of the Prophète. A cargo ship 43m long and 7m wide, with sail and steam propulsion, she sank on March 28, 1860 following an ingress of water. There were no casualties, but the cargo was lost.

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Petit sec

In the extension of the tip of Cap Lardier, this rocky area is flush with the surface and goes down to 25 meters. It is a real haven for the local marine fauna.

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Petite quairolles

Magnificent rock formation separated into two spots: the small and medium-sized Quairolle and the Grand Quairolle which descends around 40 m. The drop-offs are covered with magnificent gorgons between 15 and 40 meters.

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