With a surface of 60 square kilometers (37 miles), this makes it one of the smallest islands in the archipelago. It is also one of the oldest, dating approximately 300 million years. Due to the fact that it is uninhabited, we are able to find significant wildlife species.
Punta Suarez, located west of the island, has a trail of approximately 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) that will lead you to the blowholes. Similar to geysers, the water that rises from the blowhole has been known to reach up to 20 meters (65 ft.) in height. This natural spectacle is possible because the water from the waves rushes through holes in the rocks.
Snorkeling takes place in the islet located 50 meters (164 ft.) from Gardner beach, one of the most beautiful beaches. This place can only be visited on a sailing cruise.