DIVE SPOTS: LLEBEIX CABRERA
This cape, located at the entrance to the natural harbor of Cabrera is the oldest and most known diving area since the creation of the National Park.
The dive begins in a small cove located near the tip where the dive boat is anchored. As soon as the divers enter the water, you will be able to observe the first group of fish that come out to meet the diver. Over the years they have lost their fear and gained in curiosity.
The visibility is perfect and easily reaches 40 meters. Outside the cove, the dive is made along the wall leading up to the shaft. Quickly gain depth reaching easily 30 meters or more. As the depth increases you will see large mounds and a large bank of barracudas. Close to the tip, it is common to observe dentees furrowing the blue in search of food.
Back through the wall, banks of Corvinas and large numbers of Nudibranchs, especially Flabelinas and Cratenas are easily found in the rocky bottom.
Species: grouper, nudibranch, dandelion, barracuda, croaker
Min. depth: 6 meters
Max. depth: 32 meters