The enchanting Lake Zazari or the Mikrolimni has been identified as one of the most important wetlands in Northern Greece, and belongs to the Natura 2000 network and is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in Greece.
It is a shallow lake of water which often freezes in the winter . It is located just a few kilometers south of the Aetos, at 602 meters altitude, and access is through an extensive network of forest roads.
Limnochori is a village, situated at its waterside, being the only settlement of the area located by a lake. There is a wide network of forest paths passing through rushes and marshlands around the lake. Despite the human presence, this area is considered to be one of the most important wetlands of Northern Greece.
Seven species of amphibians (the 185 species of frogs justify the absence of mosquitoes during summer), many serpents and species of fish such as carps, pikes and tenches have been listed here.
141 species of birds, such as herons, long-legged buzzards, golden and white-tailed eagles build their nests here.
The alternation and playfulness of the light transform this area into a breathtaking landscape.