Prespa Lakes, situated on the borders of Albania, Greece, and North Macedonia, are a natural wonder that captivates visitors with their breathtaking beauty. 

These interconnected lakes, known as Greater Prespa and Lesser Prespa, form one of the oldest and most important ecosystems in Europe.

The serene waters of Prespa Lakes are home to a remarkable array of flora and fauna, making it a haven for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. 

From rare bird species like the Dalmatian pelican and the white pelican to numerous fish species, the lakes provide a sanctuary for countless living beings. 

Lesser Prespa, most of which is part of Greece, also features the small yet picturesque island of Saint Achillius where visitors can enjoy their meal or beverage on its only and unique cafe and explore the majestic Basilica Ruins, all the while relishing the stunning surrroundings.