Boating in Lake Prespa is one of the most popular activities and is a cognitive route and naturalistic.
Guests can explore the lakes with characteristic boats called "plaves" wooden boats coated with tar replaced slowly - slowly than modern boats, while maintaining their traditional costume.
The boatmen start from Psarades village throughout the entire year with tours Prespa, providing the opportunity for visitors to admire the carved rock hermitages of Big Prespa, namely small monidria of hermits. The one-room tile spaces decorated with frescoes on the rocks, we encounter coming from the Bay of Psarades, which date from about 1455 and 1373 respectively. Off the lake we find the hermitage of transformation which saves the church, the narthex and ancillary areas. Last, before the Albanian border, is the hermitage of the Virgin Eleousa and dates from about 1409. The visitor can admire the rich fauna of the region, as large numbers of waterfowl and wading birds. A ride on the boat in Little Prespa the summer, you will give away unforgettable images crossing among the lilies.