Le Rocher des Mèdes (Île de Porquerolles)

The "OK" rock northeast of Île de Porquerolles at Giens

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43° 1' 42.14" N, 6° 14' 29.74" E
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Data & Description

Contributed by:
Martin Sebald, Alexander Schönleber

Description dive spot:
Very beautiful rock formation that can be circumnavigated. The rock is also called "OK" rock because it reminds of the "OK" sign on the surface. It is easily divable and has many beautifully overgrown steep walls, but atypical with only a few gorgonians. The rock formation is quite abstract and therefore good for orientation. Big fish are not visible, but for that a lot of colorful juveniles and octopuses. Also there are snails to see. There are barbels in the warm water.

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Last content update:
2007/02/20

Local dive center:
European Diving School

Weather:

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