Description of the site of natural interest
Descending along the catenary to an altitude of 18/20 m, we head east, circling around two large boulders located at a depth of 24 m. This is where the presence of large resident dusky groupers (Epinephelus marginatus) is common. Crossing a large landslide, heading west, there are numerous caves and ravines rich in red coral (Corallium rubrum) and sunset cup coral (Leptosammia pruvoti). Afterwards, the route continues for a long stretch where you will frequently encounter schools of seabream (Diplodus sp.), brown meagre (Sciaena umbra), groupers and mediterranean moray. As you go up in altitude, you will find yourself on a rock plateau between 12 and 18 metres. Continuing eastwards, you reach the tip where you will see a rock with a spectacular flowering of yellow cluster anemone (Parazoanthus axinellae) and fish of all species.