Sferracavallo cape is located N just after Coccorrocci beach and immediatly before Fosi Manna beach, to S.
Capo Sferracavallo is a rocky promontory, covered with low vegetation. It is dominated by the tip Cartuccedu (598 m high). Ferru Mount (875 m high) is 2NM NW Cape and it is also remarkable.
S. Giovanni di Sarrala tower (20 m high) rises near the coast, 3 NM S Cape.
A wreck, at 14 m depth, is about 0.5 NM S of the tower.
The coast The coast is indented with small gravel coves.
Torre S Giovanni di Sarrala
Torre S giovanni di Saralla
Le cap est situé juste après la plage de Coccorrocci au N et immédiatement avant la plage de Fosi Manna au S.
Capo Sferracavallo est un promontoire rocheux, recouvert d'une végétation basse. Il est dominé par la pointe Cartuccedu (598 m de haut). Le mont Ferru (875 m de haut) s'élève à 2 MN au NW du cap et il est aussi remarquable.
La tour S. Giovanni di Sarrala (20 m de haut) s’élève près de la côte, à 3 MN au S du cap.
Une épave, à 14 m de profondeur, se trouve à environ 0,5 MN au S de la tour.
La côte est découpée avec de petites anses de gravier.
Il capo é situato subito dopo la spiaggia di Coccorrocci a Nord e immediatamente prima della spiaggia di Foxi Manna a Sud. Capo Sferracavallo è un suggestivo promontorio roccioso, ammantato da una bassa vegetazione. E' dominato da Punta Cartuccedu (598 m di alta). Il monte Ferru (875 m di alta) sorge 2 MN NW dallo capo e è anche notevole.
Torre S. Giovanni di Sarrala (20 m alta) sorge vicino alla costa, a 3 MN S da Capo Sferracavallo.
Uno relitto, in 14 m di profondita, è a circa 0,5 MN S dalla torre.
La costa è frastagliata con piccole calette di ciottoli.
Nel mezzo della baia, ad una profondità di circa 15 metri, è possibile immergersi sui resti di una bettolina affondata al termine della 2° guerra mondiale.
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