The site has been characterized by the Governmental Authorities as being one of 'unique natural beauty'. Along its western boundary it features a steep slope with protruding rocks, within its centre a hill with a sharp level difference in relation to the remaining area, and a small cave.
The development company has approached this development with the greatest care in order not only to protect the natural environment of beauty, but also to enhance it. As such, the rocks will be suitably protected and lit at night, the central hill will be suitably protected and lit at night, the central hill will be transformed into a 'natural' waterfall site (visible from the beach), while the cave will be converted into a museum for Byzantine icons in the form of a church. All these plans are designed for the enjoyment of the project's residents, as well as for their visitors. The waterfall and the other described plans are subject to the Government's final approval.