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There are dozens of lagoons around the Ambracian Gulf. The bigger ones among them, can be found on the north side of the Gulf, on the part that belongs to Arta Prefecture (Rodia, Logarou, Tsoukalio etc) and are considered some of the most important wetlands and biospheres in Greece.

Very close to the town of Preveza you can find some smaller lagoons (Margarona, Pogonitsa, Mazoma, Tsopeli), which may not be as important biospheres as the ones mentioned above, but they are also very pretty. Here's a photo from Margarona, the closest one to Preveza. In this photo you can see a typical flat-bottomed boat of the shallow waters (lakes, lagoons), which are usually called (depending on the region), "plavas", "priaria" or "gaitas".

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