This sandbank is a group of large rocks sitting on top of another one, thus creating numerous grottos and cracks that are covered in sponges and parazoanthus of different colours. All these different colours along with the light that filters through the cracks in the rocks make scuba diving here an absolute paradise for photography lovers.
Go through the first tunnel for about 6/7 m until it gets too narrow to swim any further, and at this point you will have to swim backwards. When you are able to turn back round you will find yourself near the second, wider tunnel and at this point you can swim back out.
These sort of canyons are full of life: you will see beautiful redfish and umbrinas.
Once you are at a depth of approximately 13 m you will come across an old anchor with its chain that is completely eroded.
Wih the tunnel and the monotonous sandy seabed behind you you will then see the pinna nobilisfacing upwards.
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