The ecological value of the area is tremendous. And if this is not obvious to those unaware of its particularities or to all specialists, the content of this section can make it clear to everyone (click on the main menu bar for the specific sections).
A preserved, peaceful and intact natural landscape is of great ecological value nowadays and is now a rarity. Equally rare is the presence of wildlife in coastal ecosystems bordering residential areas or used for mild activities such as this one. Finally, the majority of recorded plant species leave no doubt about the importance of keeping the area intact.
According to the Flora Ionica research team of the University of Vienna, what is more important than the number of species is the variety of different natural habitats that make up the area there. These include oak forests, mahogany, phrygana, coastal rocks, sandy beaches and pebble beaches, black marshes and lakes and many more.
These habitats and creatures that inhabit it must be protected for future generations!