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The small paradise of flora and fauna of Stofylia wood.
Kotychi or Kotihi, rarely Kotikhi, Kotichio (Greek, Modern: Κοτύχι, also Kotichi, Kotyhi older forms Kotychio, is a lagoon in the northwestern part of the prefecture of Ilia. It forms the municipal boundaries of Lechaina and Vouprasias. It is located 6 km from GR-9/E55, 61 km SW of Patras, 48 km NW of Pyrgos and about 22 km (old: 24 km) from Kyllini. The lagoon is connected with the Ionian Sea. It is a proceted area. The lagoon is an oval-shaped. Farmlands are to the southeast while grasslands are in the southwest and northeast. It is located next to the Strofylia Forest
The area has birds and Kotychi is one of the most important areas for birds in Greece. Kotychi is one of the largest and the most significant lagoons in the Peloponnese. Illegal waste was common. It is home to the crayfish species.
The mountains over the lake called "black mountains"

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