Oposite the lighthouse of Martiño on Lobos Island, we find a small reef between 27 and 32 metres of depth. When we dive along the reef in a direction north to south, we find big grouper guelly jack and sometimes big shoals of island grouper on our way. On the sand next to the reef, we see the biggest gathering of red mullet ever seen. A Little further to the north, is a field of big yellow and red sea fans, so loved by photographers. Because of the depth, this dive is reserved for advanced Divers and the use of enriched air is strongly recommended.

 


 

 

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 FONDO EUROPEO DE DESARROLLO REGIONAL


SEGUIMOS MEJORANDO EN SERVICIOS, CALIDAD Y COMPETITIVIDAD GRACIAS AL PROYECTO COFINANCIANDO POR EL FONDO EUROPEO DE DESARROLLO REGIONAL EN APOYO A LA MODERNIZACION DE EMPRESAS YA EXISTENTES (SUBVENCION A PROYECTOS DE INVERSION DE PYMES DE CANARIAS EN CONVOCATORIA 2019)