As many as four kilometres of pebbles shaped by time, the habitat of is coccorroccius, sea snails. The Coccorrocci beach, a pearl of Marina di Gairo, is named after these little animals, and is characterised by a very beautiful natural landscape. Mounts Ferru and Cartucceddu loom over the coast with their red porphyry rocks and juniper trees frame the beach with green and fill it with inebriating scents. The volcanic pebbles range from white to pink, from grey to greenish, and gradually fade as they disappear into the crystalline sea. Thanks to the clear water, you can admire the sea bottom, rich with marine flora and fauna. The shoreline is perfect for long, relaxing walks.