At Reqqa point you’re in for a treat when it comes to marine life. Groupers, morays, barracudas, eagle rays, blue dotted stingrays, dentex, large scorpionfish and mediterranean damselfish are prevalent in this area, just as much as octopuses, nudibranch and crustaceans like lobsters and spiny or rock lobsters. Inside the cave there are plenty of shrimps, hence its name.
The underwater landscape is dotted with large boulders, while on the east of the headland there is a deep-sea chimney known as Reqqa bottle, which drops down through the reef at a depth of between 6 metres and 17 metres. To the west you’ll find the infamous Shrimps’ Cave mentioned above.