The Flumendosa river offers landscapes of incomparable beauty, in a succession of water displays that create surprising effects. In one of the wildest stretches of its course, in the locality of Pabani, on the border between the territories of Seulo and Gadoni, the rocks, modelled and excavated by millennia of the constant and swirling flow of the river, form large pools from which coloured waters flow, in tones of emerald green, just like three circular swimming pools placed on different levels and joined by small waterfalls. These are the pools of is Caddaias, a complex of three ponds on three levels, and named because the shape of the tanks recalls is caddargius, large basins (or pots) used by shepherds to curdle cheese.