Pedra de Porto de Mós
Classification: Very good
Excellent for photography
Use a torch
Former submerged coastline in the form of terraces caused by the erosion of the sea. To the Southeast it is possible to see cavities, through wich the hot water or steam from inside the earth would have emerged. Now, abundant small fauna can be found in these rock veins.
To the Northeast of the rock, the wall has a significant height that can vary between five and seven meters. Getting your bearings is easy in this dive, and there are usually slight currents.
It is an accessible dive for beginners, and the use of a torch is advised. In sumer, it is common to find groups of dolphins that come to hunt, or just play in the waters of Porto de Mós, much to the delight of divers.