Info for Moustos Lagoon
The area is particularly important for the survival and migration of aquatic, raptors and birds of prey as it is on the migratory route of the eastern coast of Greece.
It is the main waterfowl area in the Eastern Peloponnese.In addition, a variety of reptiles,
amphibians, small mammals and fish are recorded in the Moustos lagoon and its adjacent ditches.
What to Expect
During our journey we can make many stops to observe the fauna, and our guide can inform you about functions of Moustos wetland, which varies and includes, among others, the support of animal life, water storage, change of flood phenomena, etc.
The functions of the wetland ecosystem result in values such as high biodiversity, anti-flooding, anti-corrosion and others, such as scientific and educational.
After about 4 hour trip we end in a greek traditional cafe where we will enjoy our coffee and discuss the experience of our excursion.
Moustos lagoon, at a European level, has been included in the NATURA 2000 Network as a Special Conservation Area (GR2520003), whereas, at national level it has been defined as a Strict Nature Reserve Area, as a Nature Reserve Area and as a Wildlife Refuge.
Astros port area and return back
at 9:00 in the morning and in the afternoon tour (JUN-SEP) at 16:00