To the north of Cap de Sant Sebastià, a short distance from the shore in front of Cala de Gents or Cala de l'Cau, emerges the Roca de l'President, which is known among divers as "El Tabal", an immersion point formed by a set of rocks or underwater mountains aligned (with each other and with the rocks that emerge) that are half a kilometre away from the coast. The upper part has a couple of peaks at a depth of -21 m -23 m, but the shallows that surround them are between -30 m (in the area closest to land) and the maximum depth of -38 m -44 m on the side facing the open sea. The recommended dive takes place around the central rock, which is about 80 m long and 30 m wide, with the top at -23 m and the deepest part at -40 m. The recommended dive takes place around the central rock, which is about 80 m long and 30 m wide. It is a rock with some platforms, but with a very attractive vertical face on its eastern side (covered with gorgonians and small corals); the garbí side, on the other hand, forms a smoother slope dominated by coral-ligens with a multitude of fora teeming with life.
The fauna includes shoals of salps and beaver in the upper part, abundant three-crowned sea bream all along the shore, dolphinfish, scorpion fish, some grouper, deep sea urchins, some damselfish and stingrays, etc.
Depth: 21-40 metres Level: Advanced
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