A little island, which is situated at a distance of 1 nautical mile from the starting point with a small sandy beach, which is ideal for anchorage and swimming. There is a rock in the little cove when entering on the left, therefore the anchorage must be done at a distance of 30 meters from the coast.
Ideal bank during the winter. Very nice seabed with seasonal shoals of little fish, nests of octopuses and urchins. It has plants and it is the island of seagulls and cormorants. It has a characteristic smell upon its approach, because of the flowers of the plants flourishing there. There is a small cave on the southern side and it is a refuge for seals in the winter. It does not provide protection from north and west winds, except for the south side, where the seabed is rocky and makes the raising of the anchor difficult.
In case of winds with force more that 3 on the Beaufort scale, we approach the closest point of the coast and we return coastally, where the wind waves are not that strong.