Pecora cape is a small projection, 18 m high, wich is joined to the coast by a low tretch of land. It is dominated 1,3 NM to E by "del Gaurdiano" tip (478 m high).
It is shaped by the constant action of water and Mistral.
An above-water rock is W of the cape.
Between Pecora cape and Frasca cape, 19 NM N, the coast is is steep, rugged, and healthy.
Le cap Pecora est un saillant de la côte, haut de 18 m, qui est rejoint à la côte par une basse langue de terre. Il est dominé à 1,3 MN à l'E par le pic caractéristique "del Guardiano" (478 m de haut).
Il est modelé par l'incessante action de l'eau et du Mistral.
Un rocher emmergé se trouve sur le côté W du cap.
Entre le cap Pecora et le cap Frasca, à 19M au N, la côte est élevée, escarpée et saine.
Capo Pecora è un punto culminante della costa, 18 m di altezza, che è collegata alla terraferma da una lingua di terra bassa. È dominato a 1,3 MN all'E dal picco caratteristico "del Guardiano" (478 m di altezza).
E' modellato dall'incessante azione dell'acqua e dal vento di Maestrale.
E' una roccia emersa sul lato W del promontorio.
Tra Capo Pecora e Capo Frasca, a 19MN, N, la costa è alta, ripida e sana.
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