NAMED THE “CARIBBEAN FINGER” due to its shape, it’s one of the most loved beaches on the island but also a great place for snorkeling and to experience your first dive.
Here divers will have the possibility to familiarise with the diving equipment and the new world they just entered. The seabed is made out of skirts that lower and rise up in different levels, still staying withing shallow depth. It mainly consists out of sand and Neptune grass (Posidonia Oceana), creating a very interesting landscape.
Here we usually spot cuttlefishes swimming along in groups and very curious fishes like rainbow wrasse. The floor is dotted with very large black sponges, and other treasures like mermaids cups and octopus’s gardens.
Ideal for snorkelers and first time divers.
100% Visibility. Rarely below 50m.
From the beach we go up to 6m. maximum for a first experience.
If any, very mild currents.
What will I see?
Anemones, Octopi, Cuttlefish, Damsel fish, Trigger fish, John Dorys, Hermit crabs, Posedonia Oceanica, Sponges, Corals, Sea Bass, Barracuda, Urchins, Shrimps, Flounders and much more.