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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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Pampelonne Plage

Pampelonne Plage, near Saint-Tropez, is a popular dive site for its clear waters and varied underwater scenery. Suitable for divers of all levels, the site offers depths ranging from 5 to 25 meters. Divers can explore posidonia meadows and rock formations.

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Les Brisées

At the foot of Cap Taillat, the Brisées are a multitude of rocks between 25 and 40 m in the middle of posidonia. The rock offers, at its western end, a tunnel about 5 meters deep.

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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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Trafik

The reasons for his shipwreck remain unknown. Given the quantity of concretions and the disappearance of superstructures, we can wonder if the ship sank at the time of the First World War. The wreck rests on a sandy bottom and can be exposed to a strong current.

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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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Grande Quairolles

In the extension of the middle Quairolles, this rock formation is covered with magnificent gorgoniums between 20 and 40 meters. This dive can be exposed to strong currents.

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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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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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