Marsh Lamia

Marsh Lamia

A little to the south of Prokopos lagoon one will encounter the Lamia marsh, which is a shallow swamp with an extensive surface area. Only one road separates Lamia from Prokopos and the two ecosystems communicate when there is heavy rainfall.

 

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Lagoon Araxos

Lagoon Araxos (or Papa or Kalogria)

 

Araxos Lagoon is situated on the borders of the protected region at the north-west edge of the Peloponnese. 

It has an area of 450 hectares and an averaged depth of 0.5 – 2.5 metres.

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Lagoon Prokopos

Lagoon Prokopos

 

Prokopos Lagoon is bounded to the north and extensive aquaculture takes place at Prokopos Lagoon.

Frequent visitors at Prokopos Lagoon are the coots, ducks, herons, waders and black winged stilts.


Lagoon Kotychi

Lagoon Kotychi

Kotychi Lagoon is the largest Lagoon in the Peloponnese with an area of approximately 750 hectares and an average depth of 0.40 – 1.0 metres. It is situated to the north of the Lehaina region and is separated from the Ionian Sea on the west side by a narrow 5 kilometre length sand strip.

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