Thursday, 29 January 2009

Lake Korission: Corfu

Lake Korission on the west coast of Corfu is a long and narrow stretch of water with lots to offer holidaymakers visiting the island.

The lake and the sea are separated by a track that runs around the edge with a bridge taking holidaymakers to a forest complete with sand dunes, cedars, lilies and orchids.

The region is a wetlands habitat and there are over 100 different species of birds that live in the area, so keen birdwatchers and nature lovers will not be disappointed by the inhabitants of the area.

Sea views and close proximity to beaches make the lake, which is actually a lagoon, the perfect place to spend a day out of the villa.

Created by the Venetians, the artificial lagoon flooded existing marshlands making a haven for the birds.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Online Hotel Booking