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This wall features numerous cavities that extend up to a depth of 3 meters within the wall. Towards the northern section, there exists a submersible tunnel that forms an arc, starting at a depth of 18 meters and leading up to the top of the reef at 12 meters. In the sandy areas adjacent to the reef, divers can encounter rays, schools of sea bream, and beautiful gorgonians.

Among the rugged rocks covered with sponges, divers can find a safe haven for large groupers, trumpet fish, and scorpion fish. Patrolling the open waters are barracudas and bonitos, adding to the immersive experience.

At the meeting point of the sandy bottom and volcanic rocks, various species of rays and angelsharks can be observed. Moving through the open water are mackerels, offering divers the opportunity to witness their graceful presence. With a stroke of luck, one might even catch a glimpse of the numerous whales that inhabit this area. Nearer to the cliffs dwell parrotfish, puffer fish, moray eels, and octopus. The rocks are adorned with nudibranchs, anemones, and sponges, further enhancing the underwater scenery. The crevices serve as a hiding place for the impressive Canarian bear crab.

With a visibility of 17 meters and a maximum depth of 20 meters, this dive site caters to divers of all levels, from beginners to advanced and expert divers. Located in Spain, this captivating dive site can be found in the vicinity of Paseo Maritimo, Costa Antigua, Caleta de Fuste, Antigua, Las Palmas, Canary Islands, 35610, Spain.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 4, 2023

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