currently living in Kleinwalsertal, Austria.
Sea Caves is a relatively accessible dive site near the sharp bend of the Sea Caves road from Coral Bay. If you try to round the shoreline leftwards, towards the sea caves, you will soon find a Harley Davidson motorcycle on the sea floor. Continuing, eventually there's a small area or channel with several nice small swim throughs. We actually entered the water from here at one dive - it can be done with a bit of climbing, all the scuba gear on. If one succeeds with this bit of acrobatics, one then enters just at the swim through area. Possibly one may continue leftwards and and find cave entrances to examine. We never made it that far, though, due to a rock barrier that maybe should have been rounded on the outside.
If diving to the right from the normal entrance, along the shore, the scenery is nice even though there's nothing special to visit. Many small rocks, holes and tiny overhangs seem to offer good shelter for a variety of fish. Unfortunately it's a bit littered with plastic bottles and similar, Many tourists come here to see the Sea Caves and apparently throw their garbage right into the sea. But that is a very small nuisance compared to the great variety of fish we found during our diving here.
This great variety of marine life was a bit of a surprise for us. Some species we hadn't spotted elsewhere. Apart from the most common; saddled bream, cow bream amd two-banded bream, lizardfish and different colourful wrasse, one may find grouper, painted comber, weeverfish, yellow triplefin, and others that we haven't identified, as well as moray eel, octopus and sea cucumber.