The Belgian Dry

The Belgian Dry

Why this name?

In 1972, the University of Liège in Belgium set up a research station for marine sciences, called Stareso, located at the end of Cap of the Revellata, where scientists can work “with their feet in the water”.

The choice of the place was guided by the exceptional purity of Corsican waters.

The site presents an alignment of submerged rocky peaks and droughts slowly descending from the surface to a depth of 20-30 metres. The most pleasant zone is between 0 and 12 metres deep.

This site is ideal for PMTs, baptisms and training.

Put away your jewellery, the barracudas are there!