Near Punta Bianca, you’ll see several rocks rising up, just a few metres from the water’s surface. By beginning your dive here, you’ll be able to appreciate the extraordinary amount of Parazoanthus that are present in the area, characterized by their intense orange hues. As you continue gliding along in the water near the steep rock wall’s niches and cavities, you’ll find sprouting yellow sea fans of Eunicella cavolinii growing in the more shaded spots on the seabed. Wide canyons distinguish the area, where you’ll find a deep coral reef and all its stunning sealife. Slightly further north, you’ll reach a small cave, inhabited by hundreds of Plesionika narval red shrimp. Reaching the base of the wall, you’ll find several isolated boulders and burrows that are home to gorgonians, lobsters and moray eels.