Lake Karla, also known as Voiviis,had been regarded as one of the most important wetlands in Greece until 1962, when completely drained. Today, a part of the lake has been recreated, becoming a unique example of wetland restoration in the wider Mediterranean region. Prior to desiccation, around lake Karla, had developed a culture of water. The experiential relationship of the fishermen with the lake is described in intense emotion. The new Lake Karla is a haven of rare species of migratory birds and home to rich flora.
The identity of the landscape visitor, of Lake Karla, belongs to a wide range of people who want to experience it. Their aim is to escape from the lifestyle of their ordinary life and find a different situation of living.
The scenery is everywhere in all directions. There, one can contemplate, dream, and experience water by leaving the pattern of his everyday life.