The richness of fauna is related to the nearness of orchards. Territories in the margins of crops serve as a shelter for a multitude of animals who take advantage of their proximity to human activity and find shelter in the thick of the woods.
The slope of limestone rock is covered by a mixed forest and herbaceous vegetation on the exposed bays in the south. The orchid bloom is gorgeous. Significant botanical influences are the saxifrage of Mount Tombea, endemic species of the Prealps, typical of the limestone and dolomitic rocks, and the Austrian lemon balm.
Two important floristic presences (Saxifraga tombeanensis and Dracocephalum austriacum) justify the establishment of the site. The general nature of the area is quite high. As the accessibility is poor, the site has little vulnerability. The borders of the meadows appear to be primary and therefore, the vegetation does not grow spontaneously.