Fetovaia's beach, the most beautiful on this side of the island, is protected by a narrow tongue of land that stretches in the sea, green of brooms, ilex, and high bushes.

Behind the bay of Fetovaia there are narrow valleys, which look wild and not very accessible. The vegetation is low and sparse, due to the scarce water and to the exposure to the south-west salty wind called Libeccio.

The landscape reminds of more southerly latitudes, and is a lot different from the one of the northern part of the same mountain, characterized by shadowy and imposing chestnut trees.

This different morphology is due to the presence of the mount Capanne, which stops the northern rain that falls instead on the northern slopes.