Just slightly west of 'el Marrajo' we have 'Baja de Luis'. A single rock formation shaped like a bean, rising out of the sandy bottom, with a depth ranging from 10 to 14 metres of depth. Through many hundreds of years of erosion, spectacular shapes were sculptured. Under the many overhangs, we meet plenty of small grouper that let you get really close if you get near them very slowly. Parrot fish, Wrasse, Damselfish and nudibranches are very common here. At this dive site, experienced divers along with beginners enjoy themselves really well. Check the tides to avoid the currents though.