- Travel time by cutter 40-45 min. Travel time by speedboat 15-20 min.
- 3 dives possible
Here we find a well-known cave called the "cathedral or blue grotto" at this point.
The entrance, which cannot be missed, is at a depth of 7 m, big enough to dive in with a group of divers at once.In the light of the lamps we discover dense shoals of small monk fish juveniles. After crossing we find ourselves in a narrower tunnel, through which we easily reach the "Cathedral ". Here we discover dense shoals of small monk fish.
Near the entrance we can look at stalactites, and at the very back we can marvel at some cylinder roses. Descending again, we will see the exit with the light from the sun with an intense blue that is simply indescribably beautiful.
Outside the cave, we can continue the dive in a southerly direction, passing some stone arches at a maximum of 20 metres, inhabited by sea ravens and large goat breams.
For many divers this is a safe and special dive.
- Anchorage at the first small bay south of Cala Llonga.
- max. diving depth 16 m
- Fish population: moray eels, groupers, lots of octopus and crustaceans
Dive from the anchorage (approx. 20 m) in a westerly direction.
Dive area with steep walls, many rock formations, a very large and many small caves. In the large cave you can find a few cylinder roses.
- Mooring as for dive 1
- max. diving depth 22 m
- Fish population: moray eels, conger, groupers, octopus, scorpion fish and many schooling fish.
Dive from the anchorage in a southerly direction. Dive area with steep walls, rock formations and many small caves.
- "Swiss cheese" anchorage third bay south of Cala Llonga.
- max. diving depth 20 m
- Fish population (see above)
Dive from the mooring (approx. 10m) in a southerly direction. Dive area with steep walls, rock formations, rocky outcrops, crevices and small caves. Very beautiful rock formations.