|Cala Cerrada is a large creek maturely sheltered from winds which blow often from the south of the cliff. Under water, there is a POSIDONIA OCEANICA ground that begins at 3 metres down to 18. After this depth, it is possible to go out of the creek and see a cliff down to 25 metres.
This site is perfect to do initiation dives or snorkelling.
|Within the Creek, fund up to 14 meters deep found a wide and plentiful Oceanic Posidonia meadow, which in addition to being indicative of the excellent quality of its waters, gives shelter and protection to wildlife in the area. This is where sometimes you can see rare species like fish or even San Pedro de Mar. Seahorses
Creek Closed (graph) is already on the outside of the cove, where we reach up to 30 meters deep.
On the west side, about 22 meters deep we can see a small sunk boat, usually inhabited by conger and moray eels. Following the wall profile, include a big rock where we find great variety and agglomeration of life and about which often are large groupers.
Scattered throughout the background blocks piled rocks appear as a result of rock falls.
In these waters is easy to observe numerous species, as brótolas, roes, bream, oblate, barracudas, etc.. You can also find great individuals from conger, moray eels and groupers, taking refuge in increasingly deeper waters.