Classification: Very good
Reel and buoy required
Excellent for photography
Use a torch
Water craft traffic
A rocky formation ending in a wall that descends 17 to 22 meters to the sandy bottom. Its name derives from the two large anchors lying close to each other, encrusted in small ledges in the wall.
The site has lots to explore, with various species hiding among the fissures and overhangs carved into the rock.
It is recommended that you start the dive at the deepest part, on the sandy bottom, explore the anchor beds, then gradually work up along the wall, in order to make maximum use of the diving time.