Carall Bernat

Carall Bernat stands at 72 metres above sea level,  situated near Tascó Petit and Carall Bernat.  The 3 islands form a triangle in the furthest most south east point of the Medas Islands.With its large diameter the dive itinerary and orientation is as easy as going round the island next to the wall at any depth wanted. This is a dive adaptable for any level of diver. The deepest area is down to 40 metre, and through the passage at 6m between Carai Bernat and Tascó Gros. It is one of the dives qith the greatest diversity of flora, the walls are splandid with reed and yellow gorgonians, we start following this wall and return the same way. Most common species in the area: all kind of fauna, moray eels, conger eels, sea eagles, sea bream, gilt-head sea bream, bass, violescent sea-whip (gorgonia), and we usually find the largest number of groupers here.