This habitat, which was artificially created in 1991 by the Government of the Canary Islands under the supervision of the University of Las Palmas, has several concrete structures around which an artificial reef has been formed to serve as a refuge and encourage proliferation of life in this area.
Large shoals of fish
This dive has no fixed route so you can do it in different ways. Among the many different marine species that can be seen in this area are the enormous shoals of grunts. You can also see garden eels, angelsharks, manta rays and torpedoes in the sand. In the countless nooks and crannies you will find a variety of species such as moray eels, stingrays, alfonsinos, viejas, octopuses and amberjacks.