Three submerged mountains make up Els Ullastres. Located about 500 metres from the coast, they are numbered consecutively from one to three as we move away from the coast; therefore, the third crag is the outermost one.
The top of this crest is about 9 metres below the surface, going down to 45 metres and up to 55 metres on the outer part, which overlooks the open sea.
It is precisely in this outer area where there is the greatest abundance of red and green sea fans. There is also an abundance of fish typical of the area, such as vidriades, sardines and some conger eels. If we are very lucky we may see some sea bream and in the outer area it is possible to see some sea bream.
Depth: 9mts to 53mts Level: All levels
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