* Difficulty : 1
* Current : 1 to 2
* A quiet, never crowded site, ideal for the high season.
* A wealth of soft and stony corals.
* Dive only when the sea is calm.
* You may come across a local current.
This site lies immediately south of Amphoras and ist topographical conformation is quite similar: a slope with an average incline of 30° that runs at a depth of 9-25 meters and on which some coral pinnacles stand.
The classic dive is a drift dive one both northwards and southwards, depending on the direction of the current - even though the latter is more frequent.
After a descent to the edge of the drop-off, situated at a depth of about 25 meters (at the beginning of a vertical wall that goes down about 110 meters), you go back upon the slope, circling and exploring the low coral towers, among which there are some gorgonians at a depth of 10-18 meters on a line with two of the largest pinnacles.
In the northernmost part of the dive you cross an area rich in madrepores and Alcyonarians that form a sort of coral garden on the edge of which are large serpentine Salad corals (Turbinaria mesenterina) and some large and mushroom-shaped coral heads made up of colonies of Porites sp. A mooring point (shamandura) allows you to make a circling dive. Snorkellers will be able to observe beautiful and varied reef fauna on the ledge that descends for 6 meters and is a continuation of the reef outcrop that borders the beach.