Passing through the village of Keri, we reach the Lighthouse that is built at the edge of an sleep slope of roughly 200 metres depth. The Lighthouse has helped for several years now the passing boats to sail. The view from this point is astonishing. The abrupt imposing coasts and light blue of the sea form a wild imposing beauty.
The plant types that cover the region are:
Pistacia lentiscus, Sarcopoterium spinosum, Phagnalon rupestre, Cistus salviifolius, Calycotome villosa, Phillyrea latifolia, Anthyllis hermaniae, Rosmarinus officinalis, Olea europaea.
Individuals of Juniperus phoenicea are near the hills that are close to the sea. Between brushwoods there were observed: Anthyllis vulneraria, Lotus cytisoides, Fumana arabica, Putoria calabrica, Reichardia picroides, Scorzonera crocifolia, Leontodon tuberosus, Helichrysum stoechas, Carlina graeca, Asteriscus spinosus, Urginea maritima, Lotus cytisoide.