In this ​​intervention area is located the biggest Lotus azoricus population covered by the Project. There are some hundreds of individuals of this species, which is one of the rarest endemic Azorean plants. This plant can be seen growing on the rocks that surround the path leading to the local bathing area. In addition to the Lotus azoricus, this area has several endemic species of great interest for conservation, such as the Azorean heather (Erica azorica), rock fescue (Festuca petraea) or the rarer Spergularia azorica and Gaudinia coarctata.

In addition to increase the numbers of native and endemic plants on the area, LIFE VIDALIA aims to remove invasive alien species such as Hottentot Fig (Carpobrotus edulis), New Zealand spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides), African daisy (Osteospermum fruticosum) and the fern Cyrtomium falcatum, as well as the house mouse (Mus musculus), the black rat (Rattus rattus) and the brown rat (R. norvegicus), seen as threats to the native biodiversity of this place.