The cliffs below the lighthouse and northwards towards Holborn Head reach the seabed at about 16 - 18m. It is best dived from a RIB as shore access is possible but it can be a strenuous climb.


The wall is very scenic and is totally covered with an abundance of life.



Many small caves, gullies, chimneys and rock formations, make this a variable and highly interesting plantlife focussed dive. This is prime lobster territory and divers are regulalry treated to excellent views of lobsters in their native environment.