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The southernmost of the twelve recognizable coves on the coast of Santa Tecla is called E' Coculi. "Coculi" or "Cocole" is the equivalent of the Italian "ciottoli" (pebbles). In fact, here the lava cliff is interrupted, and the cove features a wide expanse of pebbles, volcanic rock as well. - Picture of Calette Santa Tecla, Sicily

Photo: The southernmost of the twelve recognizable coves on the coast of Santa Tecla is called E' Coculi. "Coculi" or "Cocole" is the equivalent of the Italian "ciottoli" (pebbles). In fact, here the lava cliff is interrupted, and the cove features a wide expanse of pebbles, volcanic rock as well.

The southernmost of the twelve recognizable coves on the coast of Santa Tecla is called E' Coculi. "Coculi" or "Cocole" is the equivalent of the Italian "ciottoli" (pebbles). In fact, here the lava cliff is interrupted, and the cove features a wide expanse of pebbles, volcanic rock as well.
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Brun066 wrote a review Apr 2021
Florence, Italy10,283 contributions1,087 helpful vote
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Like the other seaside hamlets of Acireale, Santa Tecla rises on ancient lava flows coming from the gigantic Etnean apparatus that have poured into the sea, giving the coast a jagged character, sometimes steep, dominated by the black color of this type of lava, extremely
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Date of experience: April 2021
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