Cerbère Underwater path
59 major, Cerbere, France
972 38 70 62
Cerbère Underwater path Cerbere Reviews
An original subaquatic trail! Jul 16, 2009
Located at the Peyrefite Cape,between Banyuls sur mer and Cerbère,at the south boundary of the first French Marine Reserve created in 1974,the underwater path starts from the Peyrefite beach.It is 250 meters long and the depth is less than five meters.The path has buoys at intervals with handrail and underwater notice describing the different species that may be seen.There are five stations of observation representative of five different ecosystems.
With a great big chance,you may see one of the endangered species of the 65 hectares Reserve like caouanne turtle,big mother-of-pearl,big dolphin...!!!!!!!!!!
The patch area managed by the Local Council is watched from 1200 to 1800 in summer(01/07 to 31/08) by swimming instructors,the trail is free but mask, snorkels and MF tubas can be hired from the reception hut.
Part of the BANYULS SUR MER and around! travel blog
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