Upon entering you think you are about to go into a simple cave, but are instead left completely speechless at the incredible underwater scenery that opens up in front of you. This is a large cylindrical cave on the side of the mountain in which you gradually enter and is about -20 m in depth; once inside you can ascend slowly to a trapped breathable air bubble. Here, you can see suggestive sciafili organisms that populate these waters: ghost shrimps, golden coral shrimp, lobster, and a type of slipper lobster. Leaving the cave, small stalactites at 0 m offer a wonderful contrast of lights along the rock wall.
If you want to go snorkelling or diving we strongly recommend that you contact a local diving centre that will safely guide you in discovering the seabeds.