The Channel is situated just before the Sea Caves area. To enter at this site a stride entry is the best way down into a canal-like channel, hence the name of the site. Descending into 3 metres of water, and swimming out of the channel, follow a long wall through valleys formed between the rocks, almost like a smaller version of the Grand Canyon.
At a depth of 9 metres there is a small cave, swim through and carry on to a depth of 13 metres. Go up on to the top of the reef to a depth of six metres and follow the cracks and deep groves in the rock as you make your way back. Cuttle fish and octopus are often found in the holes of the reef. Some days there might also be lobsters sitting in the overhang of the wall.
This site is one of the most colourful, and is suitable for Open Water divers and the more experienced.