Coral Cave is actual a cavern dive and its huge, semi-circular opening has a sandy bottom inside and a tumble of boulders under the entrance. The silty sand slopes up to around 21 m, where the spectacular large burrowing firework anemones (Cerianthus membranaceus) can be found. The entrance to the cavern also has large numbers of quite rare marine goldfish (Anthias anthias). Should the bottom get stirred up during the dive, it is easy to swim to either side of the cavern and follow it around until you come to the exit.
Turning right (north), you come to a vertical wall which drops to 30 m); this is home to hermit crabs, starfish, tube worms and small, colourful scorpionfish (Scorpaena notata). Painted comber (Serranus scriba) are everywhere, as are parrotfish, amberjacks, wrasse and damselfish. Bristle or fireworms (Hermodice carunculata) are also prevalent, and you should take care to avoid contact with them.