This geosite consists of a rocky shore inhabited by marine crabs. This rocky shore, which are rock layers of marine sediments is composed of hard cemented calcareous deposits that form in this epoch. The effects of corrosion and carving caused by the biological activities of marine animals are visible on rocky surfaces and walls. The shores of Rigo village are rocky, and in this zone, the variety of crab species is so high that it is the best place to study the crabs of the region. The Crabs Rock geosite is of great environmental value.