This site has numerous Roman amphorae finds corroborating that the region was once part of the Roman Empire. The finds are protected and encased within a locked cage, so visits must be coordinated with the diving centre holding the key. The amphorae lie on a flat sandy bottom at a depth of 13 m.
The site is reached by boat, moored to a buoy, and the dive is along the buoy rope to the bottom. Visibility depends on currents.
Apart from archaeological finds, although this artificial reef may seem barren, marine life abounds. The amphorae and holes are home to a host of sea life: congers, scorpionfish, spider crabs, shellfish, polychaetes, sea anemones, electric rays.
Warning: To prevent damage to the amphorae and decreased visibility (sandy and silty seabed), care should be taken during diving.