Benidorm Second Llosa
Benidorm and the most iconic and photographed island.
Around hundred meters away from the mooring buoy of the previous dive. We must follow a course of 100°, after a couple of minutes of underwater navigation we are able to see the bottom and can arrive at what it is known as the second Llosa.
It is a large vertical wall that drops down from about 32 meters to 43 meters.
This deep dive houses an exceptional concentration and diversity of marine life: huge Lobster huddle together, whilst large Codling watch us without fear. Congers of considerable size cautiously look out from their hiding places. There are also colorful Nudibranchs; and above all, a colorful and lush colony of Yellow Gorgonian.
Given the considerable depth, we must carry out the appropriate security measures and do a five meter safety stop.
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