The most striking point is around the wooden bridge over the Peneus, in front of which is the sea. The delta of the Peneus, is relatively small and consists of flat areas on the dunes interrupted by clumps of tall trees under which the river flows. The tributaries, fjords, the settlement of Alexandria with houses that reflect the red roofs on the water,
small secluded beaches where fish figures and boats that pass through every now and then the property-all water creates a very atmospheric setting.
The wetland is distinguished for its biodiversity. Has reeds, alders, sycamores, poplars, willows, sedges and hosts at least 225 bird species, many of which are rare or protected (including the cormorants, herons and flamingos). Protected by the Ramsar Convention and is also included in the list of proposed sites for inclusion in the European network of protected areas Natura 2000. Game reserve and is closed to fishing during the breeding season.