To access this quiet cove we headed Luis Campomanes marina without entering it and continue straight. Then find a fork and continue, leaving the hill to our left immediately get Mascarat Creek. This small beach is pebble and is open to the south, being protected by a breakwater on the right arm and left mountain. Headed toward him and following his profile began a tour which highlights early on seagrass abundance even as we separated from the wall, to the right, will debut the sand and immediately the presence of thin sheets of Cymodocea nodosa, which like the Posidonia Oceanica is a seagrass or what is the same, a herbaceous plant with stems, roots, leaves and flowers. Among both pastures opens a bright sand where if you look carefully delatemos perhaps the presence of some small Pelaya or sepia. If we go to the bottom wall appears increasingly large covered Posidonia plants harboring countless species like castanets, salps and thrushes, and then begin to move the fund to make its appearance becoming larger blocks of stone that allow to its thousand hollows the refuge of elusive species such as octopus, orange three queues (Anthias Antias) and bream. Here the bottom drops to over-8mts so convenient when you're on top is reverse course and return this once more against the wall, flying over the rock platform as widely covered in algae Padina and Cystoseira compressa pavonica. A really nice ride serving as highly transparent waters and fertile with some funds that receive a good representation of the fauna and Mediterranean coastal fleet.