This site features a reef and deep wall, located just 50m/0,03mi offshore. The top of the mushroom-shaped reef starts at 10m/32ft depth and then the wall drops down to 18m/59ft deep from the coast side and to 50m/164ft depth from another side. The reef is full of cavities, holes, recesses, crevices, boulders and diverse marine life. This site has an abundance of plant and animal life.
When To Go Diving
Diving is possible all year round and the high diving season occurs from May to the beginning of October. The water temperature varies from 14-24C/45-75F but in summer time it can encrease to 28C/82F.
What to see
Along the wall divers can explore many sponges, gorgonians, soft corals and swarms of fish. Frequently large schools of two-banded sea breams, red scorpionfish, shellfish, many lobsters, and octopi can be seen, as well as occasional ugor and tabinja.