Located on the rock face of the Island of Figarolo exposed to the south-western winds, this coastline offers rich Mediterranean fauna. Descending the rock wall at a few metres and swimming along the cliff face, it is easy to bump into angler fish and nudibranches that populate the landslides, holes, and ravines. It is common to find schools of bream and mennole, which attract passing fish such as tuna, amberjacks and dolphins. On the way back, you will find yourself facing an unexpected surprise: an underwater nativity protected from the currents, which wishes good luck to all divers and fishermen.
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.