Pedra do Barril
Depth: 21 – 28 meters
Description:Old cliff with around 1000 meters parallel to the shore, with a gap of about 7 meters, based on a bottom of very fine sediments that requires excellent control of buoyancy, here we can find the Dendrophyllia ramea coral just like in Barra Velha in Faro.
Pedra de Cacela
Depth: 9 – 12 meters
Description: Large rocky outcrop which is developed parallel to the shore, has in its central area a very interesting crack.
Depth:18 – 25 meters
Description: Barge that sunk while placing blocks of artificial reefs, nearby it ‘s his crane based on a sandy bottom and completely intact.
The Crane Wreck
Depth: 17 – 25 meters
Description: BCrane from the Titan vessel sunk while placing blocks of artificial reefs, lies now on top of the concrete blocks.
Pedra do Lacém
Depth: 11 – 13 meters
Description: Rocky reef 100 meters long, parallel to shore, lot’s of interesting holes full of seabreams and other species.
Depth: 16 – 18 meters
Description: Large flat rock cracked all the way, creating great protection for marine life.
Depth: 14 – 18 meters
Description: 200 meters long rocky reef, parallel to shore with a very interesting drop where you can find a large number of marine life.
Laje de Fora
Depth: 15 – 18 meters
Description: V shaped rocky reef 50 meters long, where we can find regularly a school of large greys snappers.
Depth: 18 – 20 meters
Description: British steam freighter of 2500 tons sunk on June 19, 1941 by German bombers, when carrying a cargo of coal for the mines of São Domingos. It’s based on a sandy bottom.
Artificial Reefs Protection Modules
Depth: 19 – 21 meters
Description: IPIMAR project started in 1990, consists in three units clusters, each one consisting of a concrete open cubes set with 1.3 meters and serves for the protection of numerous species.
Artificial Reefs Exploration Modules
Depth: 24 – 31 meters
Description: Modules with 5 meters in height and width resembling a cage, are placed in groups of four and are 25 meters distant from each other.