My feeling is that the natural environment has been preserved up till now only because it was not possible for man to derive a direct benefit from it. There were no wide beaches in which to construct bathing facilities on. The area all around it was all built on. From a cultural viewpoint, the area by now is a bit out of the public interest and preserved. At the same time, what we're trying to do now in terms of management is to try to make people understand the importance and value that these territories have, which, I repeat, cannot be replaced if they were to disappear.