A strip of granite land, covered by Mediterranean vegetation, stretches to the sea, looking out towards the southern part of the Costa Smeralda. Its name, Capriccioli, means 'young goats' in the language of Gallura, or a pair of massive, rounded rocks, smoothed by the sea, forming various little coves and located south of Porto Cervo, in the territory of Arzachena, about 15 kilometres from the residential area.