ECOSYSTEMS - WETLANDS

 
 

Lagoon Araxos (or Papa or Kalogria)

Lagoon Araxos

 

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.

It is separated from the Gulf of Patras by an elongated sandy islet and extensive sand dune formations from the Ionian Sea. 

The waters here are brackish and have a higher salinity in comparison to the other wetlands. 

Gulls and herons are the permanent residents of Araxos.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Meeting with Forest Offices 31 March 2014

MEETING IN STROFYLIA FOR FIRE SEASON

Lappa, 15 April 2014 

Wetlands Day 2 Feb 2014

EVENT OF OIKIPA AND OF MANAGEMENT BODY OF KOTYCHI - STROFYLIA WETLANDS FOR THE WORLD DAY OF WELANDS 2014.

Lappa, 13 February 2014 

Press Conference in Lechaina 27 Jan 2014

AWARENESS AND COOPERATION PROGRAMME FOR STAKEHOLDERS AND CITIZENS OF THE AREA

 Lappa, 04/02/2014

Press Conference at Patras 27 Jan 2014

AWARENESS AND COOPERATION PROGRAMME OF THE STAKEHOLDERS AND CITIZENS OF THE AREA

 Lappa, 04/02/2014 

FOTOGRAPHS

 
 

European Union
European Regional Development Fund
Co-financed by Greece and European Union
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