Description

On June 6th 1944, Operation Neptune became the biggest amphibious operation to ever take place.

In its wake, it left an underwater cemetery of wrecks along the shores of Calvados which are today a haven for divers. These artificial reefs shelter and nourish the rich variety of fauna to be found in the Channel, making them excellent settings for underwater photography and for divers interested in biology. In addition to wreck exploration, divers can try out finswimming and target shooting. They can even learn about archaeology on the region's oldest sites.

Services

Pets allowed : no, no

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