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National Forrest of Dadia

The Dadia - Lefkimi - Soufli National Forest Park is one of the most important protected areas at national, European and international level. This is one of the first protected areas in Greece, as many species of flora and fauna of the Balkan Peninsula, Europe and Asia coexist and thrive here. The landscape mosaic formed by pine and oak forests, which are interrupted by meadows, pastures and arable land, is the ideal environment for birds of prey. The National Park is home to three of the four vulture species in Europe (Black Vulture, Vulture and White Vulture), and is home to the only Black Vulture colony in the Balkans.



Events from the two border regions

25.11.2020 Read
Training on eTOURIST project in Greece
Training on eTOURIST project in Greece

A 3-day training "Traditional culinary and wines" within the project „Promotion and development of natural and ...

06.07.2020 Read

EUROPEAN COMMISSION - PRESS RELEASE  Coronavirus: Commission encourages and facilitates cross-border treatment of patients ...

10.04.2020 Read
Promoting and developing the natural and cultural heritage of the Bulgarian-Greek cross-border region through smart and electronic instruments - eTOURIST

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"The Project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and by national funds of the countries participating in the Interreg V-A “Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020” Cooperation Programme."
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