Kalodiki Wetland is located at the southern tip of E. Thesprotia, where Bordered with the PE Preveza and a plateau created at an altitude approximately 100m. between the mountains of Parga and Margariti. These are a lake, whose level is changed per period, data of variations observed in vegetation and weather conditions. It is considered one of the most “important and particular wetlands in Greece with great ecological and particular aesthetic value”. Its significance is derived from all its characteristics, the flies that mainly hosts as a station of the migratory bird plant network in Western Greece, its rich vegetation, in particular the presence of Waterly, the fact that it is a freshwater wetland and more. It has been designated as a “Special Area of Conservation; Along with other wetlands of the wider region, it has also been designated as a Special Protected Area Spa with a GR2120006 code. Finally, according to the characterizations of Law 1650/1986 and 3937/2011, Kalodiki Wetland has been classified as a “nature protection area” due to its large ecological and biological value. ” “It is an internal wetland with 7 types of habitats, the 5 of which are included in Directive 92/43 / EU. Of these, “Cladium Mariscus Claladium and Carex Davaliana” habitat “is a priority.” In the area, 301 plant species, 120 bird species, 20 mammals, 11 reptiles and 5 amphibians have been recorded. Kalikokianos wetland, also known as the lake with the water lilies, took its name by the Queen of Thesproton Kalodikis. Suggested Activities
• In the Kalobian Wetland “There is no path shaped for walkers, however there are perimeter engraved rural roads, where the visitor can walk and enjoy the view from various positions, to observe with binoculars between the reeds and other aquatic plants, Wrinkle birds and many myoclitles to laugh, grazing, swim. ” It is recommended that all animals, who find shelter in the area, “need isolation and are sensitive to inconvenience”.
According to the management player you can also stop in the village of Pyrgi and walk on the west side of the lake to the road junction leading to Parga. You can also settle in the small park that created the forestry in the northern part, next to the road that also sees the lake, reaching the wooden observatory, to sit for an outdoor meal in the wooden tableware and of course to enjoy the landscape. ” • Remarkable monuments of the region that is also worth visoring is the ancient tower in the village of Pyrgi, at the junction of EO. Igoumenitsa-Athens to Eleftheri, the Cartridge settlement for Hellenistic buildings and Byzantine Cemetery – Inhabited in the center of the village, Margariti for the Venetian Castle, the minaret of destroyed mosque and the old mansions in the designated traditional settlement.