National Park of Dadia

The “National Park of Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli Forest” is the last refuge of the Cinereous vulture in Greece and in southeast Europe. It is also a “meeting point” for numerous other birds of prey like the White-tailed Eagle, the Eastern Imperial Eagle, the Griffon Vulture, the Egyptian Vulture, the Booted Eagle, the Black Kite, the Greater Spotted Eagle and the Lesser Spotted Eagle.

In the broader area, the Levant Sparrowhawk, the Roller, the Barred Warbler, the Olive-tree Warbler, the Semicollared Flycatcher, the Masked Shrike and the Eastern Orphean Warbler reproduce, rendering this destination as one of the top choices for birdwatching and bird-photography.

This is a beautiful, natural recreational place, and it couldn’t be so without the presence of mammals, as well as amphibians and reptiles.