This dive begins from the left side of the beach of Marina del Este and at 5 m we find a quite interesting zone of large and rounded rocks with a great variety of species. A few meters from the beach, near the rocky wall, we will begin the dive down slowly to a maximum depth of about 25 meters. It is an ideal place to dive at any time of the year since it is quite sheltered from sea currents.
In the first round we find the left part of the wall that goes into the sea, entering in an almost magical way in a valley between two rock formations that are part of a protected area where many marine flora and fauna inhabit. Landscape paths are created between crevices and rocks that delight the senses of any diver. Without even waiting for it, a tombstone in honor of a diver appears right in front of us.
Hermit crabs, seahorses, red coral walls, red starfish, crabs, octopus and many schools of fish among many other species will appear in our dive, ideal for photography lovers. We will pay special attention to rocky areas and crevices where we will often find several inhabitants of the species mentioned above.
This dive begins from the left side of the beach of Marina del Este and at 5 m we find a quite interesting zone of large and rounded rocks with a great variety of species.
Access by boat only.
Communities and Species. Hermit crab, seahorses, coral colonies, starfish and octopus.
No permissions are needed to dive.
No more precautions need to be taken than normally adopted. The dive has a low difficulty level.