Named for the tiny wedding chapel topping the headland, Chapel offers two entries, one into deep and one into shallow water offering the option to start one side and end the other. On the deeper edge you can follow a 20m deep wall, enter a small vertical swim through and watch underwater as tourists jump in from the cliffs above. Moving around the headland you can find all manner of fisherman’s cages and discarded netting before eventually discovering the crown jewels of the site: heaps of Roman amphorae. You’ll find trumpet fish, barracuda, starfish and many schools of damsel fish.