In the distant past large boulders and rocks have fallen from the Peñon, forming a maze of arches and swim-throughs encrusted with sponges and anemones. At this site you tend to find large schools of the smaller varieties of the local sea life including damselfish, scorpion fish, goldline, wrasse and various sea bream. If you look closely in amongst the rocks you can find octopus, moray eels and conger eels. Eagle rays and stingrays are often found here during the summer months. The site has arch formations and swim-throughs where silver bream guard the main arch.