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Dive sites nearby

Grotte des Magnons

Located to the north of the Magnons rocks, this spot is our favorite spot for an underwater hike (a walk on the surface equipped with a wetsuit, mask, snorkel and fins) or for a first dive or OWD training.

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Balise des Magnons Est

One of the favorite sites of the "Mousquemers" (Jacques Yves Cousteau, Philippe Tailliez and Frédéric Dumas), also known as the Sec au Amphores (Dry Amphorae) because of the many pieces of more or less ancient pottery to be found here.

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La chaise

This site consists of a small Sec rich in blue gorgonians and sponges. Beware of the depth, as the 20-meter mark is quickly exceeded,

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plate aux mérous

On a vast plateau criss-crossed by numerous faults, lives a whole population of large Grouper, who manage to slip with ease into the crevices of the slab.

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La balise des Magnons Ouest

La Balise des Magnons Ouest is a dive site renowned for its rich marine life and interesting rock formations. Accessible to divers from beginner to advanced levels, this site offers depths ranging from 15 to 40 meters.

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la merveilleuse

If there's only one dive in the Les Embiez area, this is it. The highest part forms a large massif, with the drop-off on the north-west face. The deepest part is on the opposite side.

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La classique

The rock, of imposing size, is cut by large faults and embellished with holes and scree around its periphery. Its eastern face features a drop-off covered with gorgonians and sponges. A little further out, you'll find a number of other small rocky outcrops.

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les Basses Moulinières

Formed by three large boulders intersected by two faults, this plateau features a ridge emerging at 11 metres and dying on a sandy bottom at 25 metres. A loop of the site can be made through the two faults covered with red and yellow gorgonians.

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Pierre du Jas

This site, for experienced divers, consists of an open-water Sec in the 28 to 37-meter zone. Exploring along the walls, you'll see some beautiful gorgonians.

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Pierre à Duval

A small rock with a high concentration of fauna. It is home to five or six grouper huddled in the crevices, as well as a few large conger eels and moray eels.

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