For us, whose eyes are always attracted by the blu before than any other color, the most beautiful part is under water. Almost all of the med sea species can be seen there. Diplodus Sargus, in large schools with fish of any size, large Ephinepelus Marginatus in shallow water, Sciaena Nigra hovering suspended upon rocks and seaweed, Dentex Dentex coming to give their aggressive look at the stranger entering their territory... What I like most is that the freediver must earn this all. The groupers don't come close to the diver, because nobody has hand fed them, turning a wild animal in a circus talent for a show to sell to total strangers. Plenty of fish there, but they'll refuse direct approaches, and they'll move away if one stays too long in the same place. The Park is very small, and very well cared after. Gently, but firmly, both officiers and park guards come to check if the freediver is respecting the place, and also local people enjoying a boating day come close and warn when they see a mimetic wetsuit and long blade fins. Sometimes it's not nice to be warned any five minutes by any passer by that fishing is not allowed, and to stop freediving to explain that we're using underwater camcorders and not spearguns, but if this strong attention helps keeping the Reserve as it is and free from illegal poachers, then it's more than OK.