They are a group of ten rocks: Capoto (the largest of them), Formica, Ginario, Longarino, Piccirillo, Tirolé (also known as Pirolé) and the four Scuagli da Funtana have a distribution area from the nearby "La Tonnara" at the edge of the sea air of Coreca's main village.
Capoto is the largest of them with a surface area of 50 square metres (540 sq ft), and is mainly used for diving and for photographic and cinematographic amateur shootings.
During the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, it was a destination for radio-amateurs and cameramen, and meta of environmental events such as the LIPU for the vast marine ornithological fauna that had completely disappeared now.
- Martinucci 2007, p. 62.
- Martinucci, Mimmo (2007). Sognando le isole italiane. Guida per radioamatori. Vol. 4 - Tutte le isole del mar Tirreno e del mar Jonio. Sandit Libri Albino. ISBN 978-88-89150-58-0.