Classification: Very good
Reel and buoy required
Excellent for photography
Use a torch
Water craft traffic
A very interesting dive, which should preferably be done from Northeast to Southeast, from the shallowest to the deepest part, exploring among the various rock formations that have broken off from the main rock mass.
There is lots of sea life in these tunnels and spaces between the blocks, and as this is an ideal breeding ground, lots of juveniles can be found. Moray and conger eels are easy to spot, as well as large crustaceans hiding in the holes in the rock walls.
The dive ends at the Southeast point, where the diver should return to the surface using a surface marker buoy, to warn any passing boats.