Apart from our accommodation, an interesting proposal is the Kalohori wetlands where a photographer and not only can visit him every day. The distance is only 6 km from Sindos, and we recommend it to people who like this kind of hobby!
The Kalohori lagoon is the northern gate of the National Park. It is a coastal wetland with special interest. Although located on the outskirts of a large urban center and under significant pressure, it is one of the most important areas of the National Park, as it hosts large numbers of birds and other organisms, all year round.
Often, large numbers of flamingos, find abundant food in the shallow waters.
The lagoon offers impressive pictures, with the birds feeding on the waters and in the background the urban landscape and the cranes of the harbor of Thessaloniki.
Today the Kalohori lagoon covers an area of 2.260 acres. The bottom of the lagoon is 0.5 - 1 meter beneath the sea. The phenomenon of sedimentation is also visible in the estuary of the French River, where one can see the telephone poles in the lagoon, where it was pasture.