This scuba diving area consists of a formation or rocks whose base is at a depth of 52 m ; the walls face north and south, and the tip of the sandbank lies at a depth of 27 m. You will start by swimming down to the horizontal tip that, as well as having the flora and fauna that is typical of pre-coral areas, also offers the sight of a large colony of Clavelina lepadiformis consisting of transparent zooids and you can even see their internal organs.
If scuba divers swim down towards the base of the eastern - southeastern wall of the sandbank they will immediately notice both the breathtaking yellow Gorgonias (Eunicella cavolini) and the large and truly beautiful red Gorgonias (Paramuricea clavata), without a doubt the icing on the cake in this scuba diving area.
As you admire the Gorgonias you cant help but notice the numerous nudibranchs that seem to ask you to photograph them, but dont forget to look out towards the open sea where you will see many different pelagic fish as well as quite large amberjacks and tunas.
The fact that here you are at a great depth plus the fact that currents flow from N-S will probably make you want to swim back up to the surface; for this reason scuba diving here is more suitable for experts.
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