The sandbank is approximately one hundred metres from the coast of Capo Fonza.
The tip is 4 metres below the surface and the wall facing the east plunges deep down into a bed of sand that is at a depth of 40 metres.If we follow the wall towards the south we will see many tiny branches and clusters of coral,as well as crayfish, nudibranchs, moray eels and conger eels in the cracks, and they all seem to be showing off. If you look deep down into the blue water you will also see snappers and barracudas looking for food.
Continuing your scuba diving you will then come across two tiny grottos, and if you shine your torch inside you will see that both the vault and the walls are covered in very colourful sponges.
Now you can start swimming back towards the surface and as you go up you will notice two, rather large pointed pieces of rock at a depth of 20 metres, and here you will very likely see snappers and barracudas that are far from small.
If you want you can now head back towards the sandbank but on the opposite side of where you started swimming down.
A cloud of damselfish, sea bream and saddled bream will accompany you as you head back towards the surface so look upon their presence as a safety stop.
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