The cave is close to shore, so anchoring is 15 m from shore. The entrance to the cave, at a depth of 7 m, resembles a canyon; the entrance tunnel is spacious and ends in a large hall with a ceiling opening allowing sunlight in and revealing an area divided into two levels. The return route takes the same path. Also worth exploring are the cave’s environs that drop to a depth of 20 m.
The walls of the tunnel are covered in sponges and coral, the cave bed is floored with large pebbles. Brown meagres are often found on the cave’s ledges, while the area surrounding the cave abounds in damselfish, various types of sponges and algae.