[img index="0" params="format=m&class=image-l"]If we swim down the anchor to a depth of 15 m and reach the sloping, sandy sea bed, then swim eastwards towards the open sea, you will see the tip of a wall of rocks that spreads out deep into the deep blue sea.
The wall is covered in white and yellow sea fans, and deeper down fans of sea whips take their place, with red damselfish and crayfish hiding in the holes.
At a depth of approximately 28/30 m you will see that a diagonal deep crack seems to have split the wall in half and has become an excellent hiding place for the fish. At a depth of 37 m a slab of granite leaning against the wall makes a sort of tunnel with the exit at a depth of 40 m.
This is where you can admire both red and yellow sea fans, sponges, groupers, sea breams and corvina drums.
Look ahead towards the west and on the sand, at a depth of 45 m, you will see mine from the Second World War complete along with its cart.
With the mine behind you head back towards the wall of rocks then do a 45° turn and swim back towards the surface where we started.
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