This is the preferred place for the novice. Three levels for a controlled and calm descent. First level, 5m platform. We find a big amount of parrot fish, flutes, John Dories and flower horns. They receive nervously our bubbles. It is a mandatory visit of sepias and octopus that play hide and seek with our cameras. We go down to the second level, around 14m. Millions of rocks that jumped into the void, from the cliff they serve as a shelter for tenths of bogue fishes, prawns, entacmea, norway lobsters, fish towns and hedgehogs schools.
The great clarity allows us to see the last level… the sand place. A garden with anguillas sorts the prints of illustrious visitors: angel sharks, rays, spiny butterfly ray. A huge school of yellow fin croaker gets to surround us completely, giving the sensation of symbiosis with the environment that surrounds us. When we get to half a tank we start going back searching for new objectives for our cameras between the rocks.
Once we’re back to the initial platform, we visit next to the cliff a little cave that’s about 10m deep called ‘the blowhole, famous for the 3 giant entacmea living there.