Lake Brentanou is located about 1km northeast of theTembloni village of Corfu, in a region that hosts many similar wetland systems, particularly interesting and unique in the island Greek territory. Its small wetland is drowned in trees and shrubs, which make up the landscape of this beautiful region. This small wetland is full of trees and bushes which comprise the landscape of this beautiful region.
It is a shallow lake that keeps very little water in the summer months, but in full expanse it exceeds 60 acres. Its bottom is a sediment rich in organic matter. Within the boundaries of the wetland there are no intense human activities (little grazing and partial cutting of trees) while the absence of a road has helped maintain its naturalness intact. Nevertheless, the wetland borders with the landfill of Corfu and is likely to be significantly affected by it.
The lake also ends with a channel connecting it to the Tembloni seasonal lake.
A significant part of the wetland is occupied by Vitex agnus-castus and there are many vegetation and phrygana, as well as other tree vegetation. In addition, there are dense forms of Ranunculus eradicatum and other wetland plants such as Veronica anagallis-aquatica and Chara hellenica. During the visit, was noted the presence of amphibians (Pelophylax epeiroticus) as well as many gulls due to their proximity to the landfill site was found.