To the south of the promontory which closes the inlet of Porto Cervo, there is the wide bay of Golfo Pero (this is its true name, later transformed into “Pevero”) faced by the beautiful islets of Li Nibani, ever populated, as its name suggests by numerous flocks of seagulls (li nibani in the dialect of Gallura). A thick Mediterranean macchia, which almost reaches the dunes of the beach of Pevero, covers completely the hinterland as far as the promontory of Monte Zoppu. This solitary hill closes, to the south, the wide bay of Porto Li Nibani, an inlet with crystalline waters and a beach, from where one enjoys the impressive view of its homonymous, facing islets.
However, the most beautiful views on land are only for whoever succeeds in reaching, not without effort, through the thick and intricate Mediterranean macchia, the summit of Monte Zoppu (139 m). From it, in fact, the eye takes in the whole inlet of the Gulf of Pero; southwards, the rocky coast of Porto Liccia, dotted with magnificent little beaches, with the islands of Mortorio and Soffi in the background; the villas of Romazzino, relatively near; and still further away the faint outlines of Capo Figari and the island of Tavolara. Visiting the area by sailing boat is of course a privileged point of wiew that allows the access to many bay and fine beaches impossible to reach through land for a unique and unforgettable vacation in this corner of Sardinia.