Cerbère-Banyuls marine reserve



Just a stone's throw from the Spanish border, the Cerbère-Banyuls marine reserve offers many pleasures to snorkelers, thanks to a 250-meter long underwater path in a sheltered bay.

You can swim on the surface equipped with a mask, a snorkel and flippers, on a small fins, on a shallow bottom (less than 5 m), protected from the currents, in a very reassuring environment.

It is punctuated by 5 stages marked by buoys, each with an explanatory panel on the surrounding ecosystem. Certified divers have several sites at their disposal around the reserve.


  1. A burgeoning Stand-Up Paddle Using paddle boards to navigate rivers and rapids is known as paddle boarding. Of course, there are a variety of rapids courses to pick from. Inflatable SUP Board


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