The big sheltered bay of Sardina del Norte is one of the most frequented dive spots on the island. The entry / exit point lays in the bay protected from the impacts from the open ocean and the wind which makes it an ideal spot for every diver or lovers of the underwater photography or night dives. Sea horses, angel sharks, sting rays, mantas, garden eels, moray eels, giant anemones and a huge variety of fish are habitats of the sea bed in Sardina. Having a good look around between the different reefs and rocks is spectacular as barracudas or breams offer entertainment themselves as well as all the other marine life.