Diving depth 14m or 24m
Es Gat, also known as Cavall Bernat, is the most westerly tip of Cap Norfeu. It gets its name from the curious shape of one of its rocks, which strongly resembles a cat sitting on the surface of the water. Its seabed can be divided into three sectors. The first is the one between the two tips of the cove, which is formed by enormous rocks and has a depth of between 3 and 15 metres. The second sector runs parallel to the mountain and consists of a platform formed by very small rocks, to a maximum depth of 24 and 27 metres. At the end of the area there is a barrier of corals and cliffs that drop sharply. The third sector begins just at this point, with walls full of sea fans and corals with hidden conger and Moray eels, to depths of between 24 and 48 metres. In this area you will sometimes find moonfish, rays and needle fish..