Most of the coast slopes gently to the sea end forms pleasant sandy beaches. The coast rises up on the north and the see ferociously attacks high steep rocky reefs here. The area around the cape where Severinx town had been is very similar to nothern part of the seaside. The part of the seaside where Ásléganien tribe lived resembles the coast of south Iceland - slowly rising several hundert meters wide grassy beach ends by foot of tens of meters high and almost vertical steep hills which form an edge of a flat plain. The rivers falling down this hills form wonderful waterfalls. The people living on the coas find their livelihood in fishery. But they don´t sail far away from the coast neither they build the ships suitable to sail in the open ocean.