There were large fields of sea-grass and huge rocks which were covered in gorgonias. Most of the time, we stayed at around 13 meters, and only occasionally dropped to 20, when there was a particularly inviting hole or cave. The center had provided 15 liter tanks, and we stayed in the water for a full hour. My setup, using Ulf's suit, my old Oceanic BCD, and Sherwood regulators was most excellent. 8 kilos of lead were just right.
On the way home, waves were significantly higher, not leaving much of a prospect for the next day. We had booked two dives at Port-Cros, an uninhabited island nearby. However, the wind picked up even further overnight, not permitting any diving on our second day. We hence rented some bikes and drive around the island. Very pretty. Only, due to the wind, many paths were closed for tourists, as the risk of forest fires was too high.
Seems we have to come back.