This excellent scenic dive lies at the SE tip of Ytre Sula, in a small bay with a distinctive amphitheatre in the low cliffs. Beneath the surface the rock face falls vertically to 30-40m. The wall forms a series of huge corners, like an open book (similar to the classic climb Cenotaph Corner on Dinas Cromlech in Snowdonia). The walls were covered in life, including many red stone crabs (very tasty). Beneath the cliff the seabed falls away to 60m and beyond.