This site sits at the end of the Cap d’Antibes. The top of the rock is less than 2 meters deep and the bottom of the drop-off is 43 meters. It takes about 40 minutest to navigate from Golfe Juan to reach this site. This could be a difficult site to dive in the summer due to its location and the frequency of ships, however, it remains a magnificent site.
This site consists of canyons sheltering sea cicadas, lobsters, rock fish, grouper, barracudas, and rays.
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