One of the most beautiful dives in the north of Tenerife
This rocky basalt peak, which rises almost perpendicularly from a depth of 60 metres, forming several steps down to 9 metres, is surrounded by large stones that form corridors and caves inhabited by a large number of species.
Crystal clear waters and incredible scenery.
This dive is very much determined by the sea conditions, however, if they are good, you can observe a large quantity and variety of fauna. The shallows provide shelter for many small fish such as bogas and sardines. You can also swim among moray eels, groupers, yellow barracuda and African striped grunts.