Nestled in the mountains of northern Greece, the Prespes Lakes are a breathtaking natural wonder that every nature lover should experience. These twin lakes, Great Prespa Lake and Small Prespa Lake, straddle the borders of Greece, Albania, and North Macedonia, making them a unique and important ecological site.The Prespes Lakes are surrounded by rugged mountains, dense forests, and picturesque villages, making them a photographer’s paradise. Whether you’re a professional photographer or an amateur enthusiast, you’ll find endless opportunities to capture the beauty of this stunning location.
Great Prespa Lake is the largest of the two lakes, with an area of around 47 square kilometers. It is fed by several rivers, including the Brajcinska River, and is surrounded by wetlands and reed beds. The lake is home to a variety of bird species, including the rare Dalmatian pelican, which is one of the largest birds in the world.Small Prespa Lake is the smaller of the two lakes, with an area of around 4.3 square kilometers. It is fed by underground springs and is surrounded by forests and agricultural land. The lake is home to a variety of fish species, including trout and carp, and is an important breeding ground for migratory birds.
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