Also known as Mergoli Bay, is undoubtedly one of the best known bathing sites of the whole promontory. It owes its name to the presence of blackbirds and sparrows, guests of the valley and cliffs; instead the term Zagare derives from the name of the flower of the orange groves that grow in the area.
Presents three beaches, facing east and shaded in the late afternoon, separated, the two longest, by a rocky ledge. The third, further north, is 60m long and can only be reached from the sea.
The bay is surrounded by high cliffs, engraved by white limestone cliffs, which surround two spectacular stacks called "Arch of Diomedes" is "Scissors”, Emerging a few meters from the shore.