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  • Depth16 - 24 m
  • SuitabilityAdvanced Open Water +
  • SeasonJan - Dec
  • VisibilityUp to 30 m
  • A sandy bottom containing a wooden shipwreck scattered with torpedo fish and a range of life unique to this location.

    Among the most noteworthy of marine life at this site there are conger eels, flatfish, Herreras, pageles, groups of bogas, corvinas and kings as well as invertebrate fauna bryozoans, small spider crabs, spirographs, salmancina, protids, snakes and sponges. Squid layings have also been observed repeatedly although we have never observed these beautiful animals in the area. See if you can find them for us!