here - something like 350 are species of ground beetle. The Society encourages us to make them welcome in our gardens as they eat pests like slugs, although the two shown in this picture were found well away from any garden. They were part of a mass of members of this species which seem to have emerged, or perhaps congregated, at the same time on the coast to the north of Sanna. The best identification I can make is that they're bracken chafers - in which case it's probably just as well they're away from gardens as this site describes them as 'lawn destroyers'.
here about this, and it mentions a beetle called Carabus arvensis, which looks like the bronze beetle but....
here which seems to suggest that arvensis is a musical beetle.
here. This includes a reliance on a bee to provide transport for its larvae.
this post a few weeks ago.