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Trekking by Antinioti lagoon

This path starts from Agios (Saint) Spyridon of Perithia from a bridge that divides the beach from the lagoon Antinioti and is the ultimate ecological path. Though its length is less than 2km, but if you follow the vertical paths you’ll reach a 13km route through the forest between the lagoon and the loutra-loutra (otter).
The Eurasian otter is a small animal that lives on the shores of Antinioti lagoon, and is considered one of the rarest and most endangered mammals on the continent. As the species is an important indicator regarding the health of mountain water, is strictly protected in all EU countries.
Following the path, the view alternates with the lagoon on the east, the almost untouched beaches on the west and in the middle the unique natural beauty of the forest. At the end we find the Almyros beach, the edge of the longest beach in Corfu, with Roda and Acharavi on its other edge. Along the path you’ll encounter horses, sheep, and goats, while accompanied by bird songs from the forest. Depending on the season, you can see people collecting herbs, asparagus and flowers.

Antinioti Laggon
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