As far as a kilometer from the Bay there are rocks coming upon the surface, forming a tiny island we used to call the Sea-gulls Realm. I would master a video about it later.
It's not really hard to reach it if the weather is still. The wildlife there is cornucopical: unscared fishies, sponges, actinias, polychaetas, cypraeas, haliotis... And such a fleshy sturdy Red Riding Starfish, I quess, Echinaster sepositus.
When I called it up for a shooting, it was sitting and insolently sucking a sponge.