There is prolific fish life around this extended rocky headland carved by two large archways. The entry point is over very shallow water, dotted with hundreds of sea urchins. Passing over the large areas of sea grass here, you can often see cuttlefish, octopus and numerous wrasse. Once you reach the start of the wall around 14 m, keep to your right and follow it around until you reach the double arch. The first, smaller archway starts at 20 m (66 ft) and directly beneath it is the larger of the two, stretching to the seabed 45 m (150 ft) below.