The Prespa Lakes
The Prespa Lakes unites three countries, Greece, Albania and FYROM. Unique natural beauty and absolute tranquility surrounds mount Varnounta, Mount Vrontero and Triklariou slopes, while, in the background, we usually see the snowy mountains of Albania and Skopje.
Lake Prespa is the largest of the Balkans with an area of 272 sq. km. and depth of 55 meters. There are many species of rare birds such as pelicans, herons, cormorants, etc., and the traveler can see green hills with forests of cedar and oak. On the rocks around the shores of Great Prespa one can find noumerous natural caves.