Named after all the diving masks that have been lost here. This reef can be up to 14 metres deep, and consists of large blocks of rock reefs separated by patches of sand. This makes it ideal for hunting for rays, such as the undulate ray, which is a fairly common sight around this site. The Swiss cheese structure of the reefs also make a good home for octopus, conga and moray eels, so remember to bring your torch. It is also brilliant for anyone into nudibranche or underwater plant life.
Skill level required:
Open water diver