Following the previous dive towards La Herradura bay, Calaiza is a small cove located very close to it, with a very beautiful beach but difficult to access by land. The immersion takes place on a rocky bottom where visibility can offer us postal landscapes, with banks of salpas, breams, etc. We can also see some octopus roaming the bottom, and it is not uncommon to find the striking fried egg of Medusa (Cotylorhiza tuberculata) floating in the middle of the water or near the surface; if you find it, look carefully at the small fish that always accompany it, protecting itself between its brightly colored tentacles.
A few years ago at this point there was a trough dedicated to mussel farming, of which there are hardly any remains. Well-lit area, especially in the morning, calm and shallow, make this point a recommended dive for divers with less experience, but not without interest.