In the north part of the S.Andrés island (Carboneras), we find a gorgeous posidonia slope which goes till a depth of 16 metres. We also find long sand ways between big rock skittles which are used by the seabreams, salemas and corbs to protect themselves from the divers.
There are multiple crevices under the skittles which hide shy moray eels, congers and groupers, as well as atlantic pollockss and gypsy barbels. It is also usual to see octopuses and nudibranchs. This dive is, without any doubt, another immersion that people shouldn't miss.