Outdoor & Wildlife Holidays in Greece

Prespa National Park


Lake Prespa is one of the most important wetlands of Greece and Southern Europe with a very rich flora and fauna.

The region was established as a National Park in 1974, and is the biggest park in Greece covering 256 square kilometers.

Over 1400 plant species, 270 bird species, 46 mammals and 22 reptile species and a large number of fishes and insects have been recorded in the area.

The lakes host an important breeding colony of Dalmatian and White Pelicans among other rare birds such as herons and Pygmy Cormorants.



Reptiles and Amphibians of Greece (RA 1)



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