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Dadia forest is a well preserved and run national park close to the Greek eastern borderline.
Home to a vast variety of wild birds like the big black vulture, it can be a perfect destination for families visiting the region.
In the information center, English...More
Less than an hour's drive northeast of Alexandroupolis is the National Park of Dadia: a light forest of mainly pines and oaks in a hilly area, famous especially for its birds of prey. People, who love hiking, will enjoy it and they should spend at...More
If you are visiting Greece it is a good option to visit one of their National Natural Parks, like thd one. A nice experience for us to discover that people are intrested in preseving the nature and their beautis.
A unique in place where you can watch very closely Golden Eagles, Vultures & other under extinction species. Enjoy a stroll to the watch spots or try to hike for longer distance in this magnificent forest. I totally recommend this attraction especially for families.
We spent two full days walking the wonderful trails through beautiful pristine forest. The staff at the Information Centre were very helpful and friendly, and the hand-outs very well produced and written in good English. The signage on the trails was about the best we...More