SOS Grand Bleu
Created at the initiative of Rene Vestri, former Mayor of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, SOS Grand Bleu, is aimed at the setting up, development and encouragement of actions to protect the fauna and flora of Mediterranean and more specifically species threatened by the increase in human activities such as dolphins and whales, on land or sea.
During the summer season, the association organises sea trips aboard a beautiful caïque to go whale and dolphin watching.
Installed from the Fossettes beach, the submarine path visits by swimming on surface provided with a mask, a snorkel and with flippers.
Along a marked round of 200 meters, and in some meters of water (0 in 3 meters), you explore the middle life (sandy seabed, rocky seabed, the herbarium of posidonia etc.) to discover the beauty of the submarine life, in any autonomy.
A playful discovery and off the beaten path!...
The submarine path was not only designed to answer the motivation of the visitors but it is also a formidable educational tool which reveals the wealth of seabed through the numbered buoys equipped with explanatory signs immersed accessible to the young and older.
Authorized bathing only during the hours of presence of the lifeguard, from 9 am to 5 pm. Presence of an aid station. The submarine path, accessible from July 3rd till August 31 st, joins in a reserved zone only for the bathing where any kind of fishing is forbidden.