Great site for night dives when the weather conditions are right
The tiny and picturesque granite island of L’llot is a spectacular site, bursting with marine life. Sheer drops have eroded into massive ravines framed by big granite boulders. The average depth at this site is 20 meters (65 feet).
Although currents can be quite strong, the boulders are hosts to one of the highest densities of marine life that one can imagine. The most common species are a variety of coral species, coloured gorgonians, Spanish dancers, shrimps; turtles and reef sharks are seen there regularly. From October through to December whale-sharks are quite common.