The Artificial reef was created in 1991 by the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. They placed a large number of structures on the ocean floor in order to study the development of the aquatic life. Over the years these structures developed to be a great biotope for many species. The masses of marine give the impression to swim right into a curtain of fish. Out front in the big sandy area it’s a spectacular to watch the garden eels and angel sharks, rays or even electric Rays are regularly spotted. On the structures you will find octopus, nudibrands, fireworms and moray eels.
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