The dome was originally built as a prop for the set of a French reality TV show. Although the show is now off the air, the ruins of the dome remain and provide shelter to schooling fish and other organisms. If you like tiny creatures then you?re in for a treat, as this dive site is home to countless gobies and tube-dwelling blennies
Dejan August 9th, 2013 - 11:44:The Dome is a great dive site. It is a little further from the wall but it makes it great for people that do not want or are not certified to go to the depth of the wall that is around 18m/60ft on the top. The dome is on the sand and on good days the visibility is awesome, many things to see because the dome became an artificial reef. If you dive with a divemaster or instructor that knows the place good they might show you a little damselfish that is very protective with it's territory on the dome. Due to lot of sand you can see stinger ray and peacock flounders. If you swim to the wall you come out on the dive site called The Chimney. Usually you can find green moray eels there and sharks.