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The most appreciated and best-known dive of the south of the Nature Park. Situated at the point of Cap Norfeu, it is a place that is very rich in both fixed fauna and fish.
The sea floor begins at the foot of a rocky wall some 10 metres down, and descends to the foot of a seamount some 25 metres down.
Two seamounts, one that descends from 12 to 40 metres, the other from 8 to 45 metres, are covered with red gorgonia and finish at a sandy sea floor.
An exceptional dive, often with current, sometimes strong.