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||The main botanical interest of this site is the fact that the sea cliffs and rocky shores are home to endemic Limonium taxa. The great zoological importance of the area is indicated by the occurrence here of many important vertebrate taxa (birds excluded), some of which are included in Annex II of the Directive 92/43/EEC and two of them - the Monk Seal, Monachus monachus and the Loggerhead Turtle, Caretta caretta - are species of priority (section 3.2). These two species as well as the Greater Horseshoe Bat, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum, are threatened in Greece and mentioned in the national Red Data Book as "Endangered" (the former two) and "Vulnerable" (the third one). All the site’s directive taxa are also included in the lists of the Bern and CITES Conventions and the Greek Presidential Decree 67/1981. The other taxa have been evaluated as Other and Greek Important species on the basis of the evaluation system of section 3.3. Of these species, the Peloponnisos Wall Lizard, Podarcis peloponnesiaca is Greek endemic. All taxa of section 3.3 are marked with motivation C as they are protected by the Bern Convention. Also, the majority of the taxa listed in these two sections receive the D motivation as they are mentioned in the Greek Presidential Decree 67/1981 the exceptions are Ophisaurus apodus, Ablepharus kitaibelii, Typhlops vermicularis, Vipera ammodytes, Martes foina). However, the D motivation has been given to some taxa because of additional reasons. Namely, Bufo viridis, Hyla arborea and Ablepharus kitaibelii have also been evaluated by the CORINE-Biotopes Project, whereas Coluber gemonensis is Balkan endemics.This site is also an EC Important Bird Area a fact which is fully justified by its dense and rich avifauna. The position of this site on the western bird migration route in Greece, at one of the Balkans southern tips, in combination with the occurence of suitable habitat types make this site very important. Some threatened species of large eagles are striking elements of the local avifauna; they are the "Endangered" Aquila clanga and Aquila heliaca and the "Vulnerable" Aquila chrysaetos.