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Parga

Everything you need to know before you visit

Parga is a holiday destination which offers an unbeatable mix of scenery, beaches and historical sights. Parga is located in Greece’s North Western Preveza region, sandwiched between mountains and a sweeping bay, it is one of those seaside destinations you see on postcards. Colorful boats bob in the harbors, tavernas spill out onto cobbled streets, and whitewashed houses cling to the steep hillsides. It’s no wonder this place is as popular with the Greeks as it is with foreign holidaymakers. With a convenient location in western Greece, Parga is a good base for day excursions to Sivota, Preveza and even Lefkada

Parga Town

Days in Parga Town can be very relaxing, with eating and shopping being the favorite things to do. Stroll through the narrow alleyways and you’ll stumble upon postage stamp-sized stores, family-run meze bars and crumbling old churches. If you’re after the classic combination of sea and sand, meanwhile, Parga Town has its own little beach, just 5 minutes from the harbor. And the golden shores of Valtos Beach are just a short taxi boat ride away.

Parga Town has the majority of the accommodation in the area. Though there are some large hotels in Parga Town, accommodation mostly consists of studios, self-catering apartments and traditional rooms to rent. The large hotels of Parga in Greece offer luxurious facilities, including pools and spa therapies. The nearby beaches of Lichnos and Valtos also offer some good accommodations to stay during your holidays in Parga, mostly small hotels and family apartments right by the beach.

Parga is an town of mainland Greece which belongs to Epirus region. Parga Greece is mostly famous for the fabulous beaches in the surrounding region. The most beautiful beach is Valtos, an enormous bay with blue green water and tourist facilities. Lichnos and Sarakiniko are also fabulous beaches, apart from the Town Beach that usually gets very crowded. A boat from the port of Parga Greece connects Valtos, Lichnos and Sarakiniko to the town. Do not miss the delicious restaurants spread along the port and the beaches of Parga. Interesting sights to visit during your Parga holidays is the Venetian Castle on top of a rock above the town and the Ottoman Castle in Anthoussa. A place of amazing natural beauty is the springs of River Acherontas, surrounded by lush greenery. From these springs start trekking paths in the mountains.