KONGEBROSKOVEN

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Kongebroskoven is a boulder reef in Lillebælt near Middelfart that was developed in cooperation with the nature and environment unit of Middelfart municipality and marine biologist, Søren Larsen. The reef consists of approximately 1.000 tons of natural stones. The stones vary in size from 40 to 120 centimeters and form an excellent habitat for numerous marine animals. The reef lies close to the shore and ends at a depth of about 20 meters.

Particulars

Park in the harbor area to reach Kongebroskoven and enter the water at the boat ramp. The boulder reef is basically a continuation of the beach underwater. It's a beautiful diving environment where marine life can flourish.

Warnings

Kongebroskoven lies close to a harbor. Watch out for pleasure boats. Use a dive flag and dive buoy. Strong currents further out from shore.

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KONGEBROSKOVEN Features

Nicknames
Boulder Reef at Kongebroskoven
Address
Havnegade 141 Middelfart
Parking
Sufficient parking
Distance
50 m.
Suitable for
Advanced divers, underwater photography (macro)
Permit
N.v.t. / NA
Access
Free access
Facilities
Boat ramp, dive club, toilet
Water
Brackish
Kind of dive
Shore dive, reef dive
Current
Limited, sometimes strong
Visibility
2 - 6 m.
Average visibility
3 m.
Depth
20 m.
Bottom
grind of kiezel(stenen)
Life
Goby, crab, lobster, flatfish
Other recreation
Boating, yachting

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