The Pirate’s Bay, also known as Sheep’s Bay, was an old pirate settlement. Above water you can still see the remains of ancient walls. We anchor in the bay where the depth beneath the boat is only about 7 metres. From here, we dive along a gradually descending wall littered with pieces of amphorae. On the seaweed plain you can observe many mussels, and with some luck you might just spot a sea horse, too. At the end of the bay, there are multiple shoals of fish and the ground quickly descends in sharp terraces where great groupers patrol. On the return, once back in the bay, you can study the ancient relics closer. Some of the amphorae are in incredible condition.