Parga, the princess of Epirus

Rare natural beauty, rich history, green islands clean beaches and fragrance of lemon and citron, is the dowry of picturesque Parga.

Island retreat, beautiful preserved settlement, verdant slopes with olive groves, historical sights, crystal clear beaches, organized beaches, has the "Princess of Epirus".

Parga, having passed Venetian, French, Turkish and English sovereignty, is proudly standing today in the northwestern part of the prefecture of Preveza, embracing the sunrise of the "Pezolofo".

It is the historical seat of the municipality of Parga, the economic, commercial and tourist center of the area.

From the beach of Valtos, the most famous beach of Epirus, a route through old mills, olive groves and the chapel of Panagia Faneromeni, you meet the picturesque village of Anthousa with the famous waterfall and the imposing castle.

The chapel of Agios Spyridon stands discreetly just before the small port on the right of Valtos beach. Next to it, the path leads to the Vlacherna Monastery, where you can enjoy a fantastic sunset.

Opposite the harbor of Parga, it is standing the beautiful and milled photographed little island of Panagia.

Lichnos beach is only 4 km from the city and green is dominated by the sandy beach.

Parga and its surrounding area are the ideal destination, not only for short breaks, but also for permanent living. Citizens from all over Europe and Greece have chosen it as the ideal base for their second residence and later permanently settled.

Live your dream by choosing Parga!!!