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The beaches of Parga are among the most beautiful seaside landscapes of the Ionian Sea. Here, you can enjoy a swim and relax under the hot summer sun. The beaches, close to our resort, you can visit are the following:
- BROSTINO KRIONERI
Parga’s main and central beach, with crystal clear waters and a lovely view of the Panagia island. You will find it at only a short walking distance from the center of Parga.
A quiet and tranquil, picturesque beach in front of the town of Parga with crystal clear waters.
Beautiful scenic beach, with golden sand, next to Parga. An ideal place for both families and groups of friends who seek to simply enjoy the sea and the sun, or wish to engage in water sports activities.
A long, organized beach, ideally suited for families, located on the area right before you enter the town of Parga. In Lichnos, you will find water sports facilities, as well as cafes and restaurants.
- AI GIANNAKIS
A beautiful picturesque beach with crystal clear waters, it is one of the most tranquil and quiet beaches of the area. You will find it just 6 km away from the town of Parga.
A peaceful beach, located 12 km from the center of Parga. It can be accessed by small boats that set off from Parga’s pier. There, you can enjoy crystal clear waters and a partially pebbly seaside, or settle back at the cafes and restaurants around the beach.
- AGIOS SOSTIS
A beautiful, clean beach with crystal clear waters, which is, however, not organized, and does not offer modern amenities. Here you will enjoy the pure beauty of nature. It is located 1 km south of Sarakiniko beach.
A beautiful, pristine, pebbly beach, with deep, blue, crystal clear waters. You will find it 7 km outside of Parga, on your way to the town of Sivota.
Also the area of Parga is rich in both historical monuments and pure, natural beauty. You can enrich your holidays experience with excursions to nearby destinations that will allow you to travel to the past and learn the history and legends of our region. Some of the most famous and interesting destinations are the following:
- CASTLE OF PARGA
The Venetian castle of Parga, located on the hill above the city, offers a wonderful view of the town of Parga, Valtos beach and the Ionian Sea. It was built following the residents’ need for protection against the conquerors, and has thereafter become an integral part of the history of Souliotes and Pargians who fought for their freedom behind its walls.
- CASTLE OF ANTHOUSA
The castle of Anthousa - Agia is located in the region between Anthousa and Agia on a hill that looms over the entire area of Parga. It is built on a peak facing the Castle of Parga and its construction was ordered by Ali Pasha who later used it as a base during the siege of Parga.
- ECCLESIASTICAL MUSEUM
The Ecclesiastical Museum is located in the city center of Parga. It hosts a rich collection of ecclesiastical heirlooms, including two Gospels of the 17th century, a number of valuable icons, as well as Parga's famous 300-year-old banner, that bears obvious scars from the bullets of the Turkish invaders.
Nekromanteion Acheron is a well-preserved and impressive building of the 5th century BC. According to Greek mythology, there lied the Gates of Hades, and it was, at this specific location, where, after the proper preparation, people could communicate with the Underworld and their deceased loved-ones.
- THE WATER SPRINGS OF ACHERON RIVER
The water springs of Acheron River make up a truly breath-taking sight, recognized internationally as an area of special natural beauty. Acheron River and the surrounding area in general belong to the European Network of Special Nature Protection Areas, Natura 2000. According to Greek Mythology, there lied the Gates of Hades, the Gates to the Underworld.
- ANCIENT NICOPOLIS
The archaeological site of ancient Nicopolis is the largest known ancient city of Greece, and its visitors can enjoy its Museum, the magnificent mosaics of its Royal Byzantine temples, the Odeon, the Episcopal Palace (Vasilospito), the Theater, etc. The ancient Nikopolis was built by the Romans in 27 B.C.