It is a small islet, also known as Hull Island, a name it was given during the military presence of the United States in the area during World War II, as its shape is similar to a hull.
This islet is located in the heart of the Wetlands of International Importance Gulf of Montijo, from where you can see Isla Leones and the mouth of the San Pablo River.
Being a bedroom and nesting site, It is excellent for watching seabirds as it is a night haven and nesting site, usually very early in the morning and at dusk.
You can see, depending on the season, seabirds such as roseate spoonbills, darters and cormorants, ibis, warbles, frigates, pelicans, and kingfishers, among others.
Near this islet, there are many fishing spots, which promise a lot of action and adrenaline.