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Accessible with: Boat/Shore

Depth: 10-30 Metres

string(742) "[ezcol_1half] Fungus Rock, otherwise known as ‘The General’s Rock’, got its name from a small, rare fungus that was discovered here by the Knights of St. John. This fungus was used as a remedy against various illnesses and was only allowed to be taken by noble families. Thus, Fungus Rock was guarded closely by the Knights, who built an early form of cable car running to the mainland for easy access to their ‘treasure of drugs’. [/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end] Underwater, the scenery is as dramatic as above, with vertical walls, fissures, gullies and caverns created by boulders lying against one another. However, the marine life is not as abundant here as one might expect. [/ezcol_1half_end]"

Fungus Rock, otherwise known as ‘The General’s Rock’, got its name from a small, rare fungus that was discovered here by the Knights of St. John. This fungus was used as a remedy against various illnesses and was only allowed to be taken by noble families. Thus, Fungus Rock was guarded closely by the Knights, who built an early form of cable car running to the mainland for easy access to their ‘treasure of drugs’.

Underwater, the scenery is as dramatic as above, with vertical walls, fissures, gullies and caverns created by boulders lying against one another. However, the marine life is not as abundant here as one might expect.