Lake Vromolimni is located about 1 kilometer northeast of the settlement of Agios Stefanos in Corfu.
Marsh Erimitis and Akoli have been recorded under the name "Barbara lagoons or Avlaki & Ag. Stephanos".
It is a small coastal lake covering an area of 14 acres and its catchment area covers about 109 acres, and is located in an area not accessible by road and therefore is in excellent conservation status.
It is located near the beach of Aspalathra, which is named after the bush that grows in the area and the beach of Korfovonia which is named because it is well protected from all the winds. Access to Vromolimni is possible via the Erimitis Trail or if you own a boat, by sea.
The wetland has no apparent connection to the sea but the water is brackish indicating strong interaction. The water level changes seasonally. To the east, a narrow, full of cobblestones beach separates it from the sea while the other sides are overgrown with dense and bushy vegetation of the semi-mountainous bulk of the Erimitis.
The vegetation around the pond consists of Juncus sp., Scirpus sp., Phragmites australis and a few tamarisks (Tamarix sp.), while in the lake there is a vegetation that is undetermined. As for the fauna there are fish, amphipods, snails while the presence of a otter has been recorded in the area.