Pyramids is one of our favorite dive sites in Amed. The site is called Pyramids because of the structures placed on the sandy bottom along the natural reef. Square concrete structures stacked on top of each other in the shape of a pyramid. They have been there for more than 15 years, so they are full of corals and life (cleaning stations). Great diversity in marine life; starting on sand you have garden eel, snake eel, tons of stingrays (25+), groups of fusiliers around the pyramids, leaf scorpion fish, morays, and so much more. This is also the site where we find turtles on most dives. Sometimes we experience a bit of current here; that just means that we will do the site as a mild drift dive. On the far right the reef turns into a beautiful wall. Definitely worth a visit.