A cove rich in flora and fauna
From Callelongue, the Mounine cove is located halfway between the Semaphore pass and the Marseilleveyre cove.
This small, very narrow and shallow cove is home to an exceptional fauna and flora.
Its numerous cavities offer a natural shelter to scorpion fish, sars, starfish and other sea urchins.
At the exit of the cove, the depth becomes greater and remains so until the islet of Mounine. From this islet, which is sometimes subject to strong current winds, the Plateau des chèvres (about 10 metres deep) begins, linking the coast to the islands of Jarre and Jarron opposite.