A gorge with cliffs, scrub and woodland (including Fagus and Quercus), bare and eroded land, an artificial lake without vegetation, and grazing pasture. Land-uses include hunting, fishing, and cattle-grazing.
Breeding species include Ciconia nigra (2-3 pairs), Buteo rufinus (1 pair), Aquila chrysaetos (4-7 pairs), Hieraaetus pennatus (1 pair), H. fasciatus (1 pair), Falco biarmicus (1-2 pairs), F. peregrinus (2-3 pairs), Bonasa bonasia, Alectoris graeca and Coracias garrulus. Gypaetus barbatus (1), Aegypius monachus (2) and Aquila heliaca (2-3) also occur.
Pressure/threats to key biodiversity
Problems at the site include illegal trapping and probably poisoning of wildlife (`Other' threat), and house-building.
National Low International NoneIBA partly covered by small Hunting Reserve.