One of the smallest islands in the region provides a wide variety of dive experiences. Two reefs fan out in oppsite directions from the island. One reef leads to the big amphora at 40 mtrs. These relics are estimated to be around 2,000 years old, measure around 1 mtr across at the opening indicating they were probably used for dry goods. and are mostly intact. Alongside the amphora are many ancient anchors. The opposite reef provides access from 5 mtrs to 35 mtrs to a series of rock columns, cracks and canyons containing an abundance of marine life. This is the dive site most frequented by turtles with as many as 3 different ones being spotted on a single dive. Barracuda and amberjack abound with spanish lobster and octupus waiting for the observant.