The Lagoon of Kalogria ( is a true paradise for bird watchers, at the north-west end of the Peloponnese, which is an ideal starting point for a tour of the area. Following the route to Prokopo, you will have the opportunity to observe its northern side, while at its reed beds you will find little bitterns (Ixobrychus minutus), bearded reedlings (Panurus biarmicus), common starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) resting.

The wonderful forest of Strofylia, is the perfect green scenery for your tour with its high stone pines, oak trees and pines. To the south, the Lagoon of Kotychi is another important wetland with reed beds and islets that are home to many species of wild ducks, wild geese, herons and swans. The area is an internationally acclaimed wetland habitat and is protected by the international Convention Ramsar. For more information contact the “Info-centre of the Kotychi Lagoon – Strofylia Forest”.
Lappa Village, near “Kalogria” beach, Tel.: 26930-31651 fax: 26930-31652

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