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The lake of Kremasta was formed in 1965 near the connection of the rivers Acheloos, Agrafiotis and Megdovas. Lots of villages of Evrytania and Etoloakarnania were drowned in its waters. It is the largest dam of Europe with a capacity of 4.700.000 cubic meters of water. This means that it is eleven times bigger than the lake of Marathonas.
Greece’s largest lake, which is located near the foothills of Arakinthos, is so big that looks like a sea and especially on cloudy days.
Lots of rare species of fish live in its waters, some of which like Trichonis dwarf goby (Economidichthys trichonis) and mediterranean sand smelt, you will taste in the local tavernas.
The lake is protected...
According to explorers of the 18th century, the lakes of Lysimachia and Trichonida were once connected creating a huge lake near the foothills of Arakinthos. Lysimachia receives water from Trichonida and gives its own to Acheloos through the canal of Dimikos. It is 13 s. kil. large and 9 meters deep. You can only watch the lake from high above...
They are two neighboring lakes, 4 kilometers away from each other and about 5 kilometers away from Amfilochia. Their waters come from Acheloos and are used to water the plains around them.
Amvrakia, also known as Limnaia during the ancient years, is a long lake with a 14-square kilometer large surface, while Ozeros is four square kilometers...
Although it is artificial it fits fully in the natural environment offering an evergreen scenery. The lake in Kastraki was created after controlling the waters of the powerful river of Acheloos, in order to operate the hydroelectric station that produces electric power without harming the environment.
Herons, little ergets and mallards are reflected on the calm waters of the lake; while once in a while they dive inside, seeking their food. The lake has uncountable residents; others are permanent and others pass by, making a stop here during their long migration journey. Lagoon boats (“gaites” in Greek), constructed especially for its shallow...