Its name comes from the two pinnacle shaped rocks that look down on a vertical rock that reaches a depth of approximately 35 m and sits on a sandy sea bed, about 40 minutes if you sail from the beautiful bay of Stagnone.
If you want to study and explore every nook and cranny take your time when you go scuba diving here.
Swim down from the buoy you'll see in the sand bed at a depth of 9 metres then head towards the open sea and you will see the two large pinnacle shaped rocks whose outer part goes down to a depth of 33 m;
even though you will immediately notice that the entire area is very rich in many different species of fishkeep going until you can see the bottom that lies on the sandy sea bed. With the base to your left you will come across several deep cracks with breathtakingly beautiful parazoanthus inside.
When you get to the bottom you will see both the beautiful black coral as well as the fantastic, large grotto that is rich in yellow sponges and red shrimps. If you look out towards the open sea you will see rocks covered in red and yellow sea fans.
Now slowly head back towards the top and as you go up you can see this side of the rock in all its beauty, and photographers will be delighted to see many beautiful nudibranchs.
If you are lucky you might see snappers, amberjacks or bonitos and if you are really lucky maybe even the odd moonfish.
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