Scuba diving in Navarra

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The Navarra is a 47m/154ft lobster fishing boat. It sunk in March 1996 and was turned into an artificial reef by the regional diving federation. This reef offers a wide variety of underwater life including moray eels, clams, clown fish, turtles, nudibranchs, sting rays, manta rays and lobsters.

When to go

The weather conditions are excellent making diving available all year long. The air temperature varies between 24-30C/75-86F throughout the year. The water visibility is exceptional with low current. The average water temperature in March is 28C/83F and 23C/74F in September .

What to see

This reef offers a wide variety of underwater life including moray eels, clams, clown fish, turtles, nudibranchs, sting rays, manta rays and lobsters.

Reachable from

Saint-Leu

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