Located on the western side of the island of Gozo in the Blue Hole area, it is undoubtedly the least visited caverna.
This is due to the accessibility as well as knowledge of the place by local guides. Cutting about 25m deep into the western wall of the sand-bottomed reef, located in a small cove between Little Bear and Big Bear, it makes for a fantastic dive site.
Swimming there, you are unlikely to encounter caravans of divers, so there is a good chance of observing underwater life.
Accessibility: From the shore
Difficulty Level: Intermediate and Advanced.