Wander around the enchanting Parga
Built in an amphitheatrical way on the outskirts of the Venetian Castle with the colorful houses reaching where the waves break, the picturesque alleys reminiscent of an island, with stunning lacy beaches and unique small coves and views of the picturesque Island of Panagia, Parga enchants you with the first sight.
And yet, apart from the beautiful town of Parga, the area has to show important ancient monuments.
Explore the rich history of the area with visits to the Necromancer of Acheron and the ruins of ancient Nikopolis and Kassopi, or admire the unique natural landscapes with excursions to the river Acheron and the Amvrakikos Gulf.
Take a day cruise to the emerald islands of Paxos and Antipaxos. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing and perfect relaxation on one of the idyllic beaches with turquoise waters - Kryoneri, Piso Kryoneri, Valtos, Sarakiniko, Lichnos, Alonaki and Ai Giannakis.
Enjoy the excellent local cuisine in Parga
The cuisine of Parga is a mixture of mountain and sea flavors but mainly full of local products!
Be sure to try: sea bream with celery, eel, the famous Acheron trout, braised or grilled meats, pies either sweet or savory, pastries and syrups.
Best time to visit Parga
Parga is beautiful in all seasons. In the spring when everything is reborn, in the summer when everything is green and cool and in the fall when there is a painting canvas with dozens of wonderful colors.
How to use transportation in Parga
Transfer from/to Parga
You can go by car, Parga is about 430km from Athens and about 343km from Thessaloniki.
It is scheduled on a daily basis by the KTEL of Preveza from Preveza. From the KTEL of Thesprotia from Igoumenitsa, while during the summer there is a route from KTEL of Ioannina from Ioannina.
By air you can come from the airport of Ioannina and from there by car by taxi, bus or rental car.
The airport of Ioannina is about 105 km away from Parga.
To move to Parga, it is good to have your own car. Alternatively, you can rent a car there or take a taxi or just walk, Parga is beautiful and there is no better way to get to know it.