The large number of pebbles which cover its beach give the name – rocky cove – to this small but charming cove with calm crystal-clear waters.
It is an ideal place for exploring the seabed with the help of a mask and snorkel. The seabed is clear and well lit. The algae cover of various colours is typical of its underwater scenery. Even though they produce repellent substances, these algae are eaten by sea urchins, sea hares, mullets, salema porgies and a large number of small worms, snails and crustaceans, which in turn attract small fish like blennies, tub gurnards, combers and Mediterranean rainbow wrasse.