Access strictly regulated and closed when the number of visitors is too high
This tiny cove lapped by crystal-clear waters features a small harbour guarded by two enormous rocky islets that rise like silent sentinels. It is the site of a former flourishing tuna fishery, the Tonnara, whose old anchors which held the nets bear witness to its past activity. Abandoned for a number of years, it has recently been masterfully restored and now offers delightful holiday flats for rent. Charming and authentic.