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Parga is hands down the most popular holiday destination in Epirus. Stretching around a secluded bay that faces the Ionian sea, Parga has an island ambiance. The first thing that will catch your eyes while approaching Parga by ferry is a lush green islet with a white church at the entrance of Parga port. On the top of a hill above Parga Town sit the ruined walls of a Venetian castle, a vestige of the Venetian rule. Surrounded by lush greenery and the cobalt sea, Parga boasts a unique natural setting. Parga Town, which sits on the slopes of a hill, looks like a postcard. Full of elegant two-story mansions with colorful walls, it is incredibly photogenic and totally worth a visit!

Parga is mostly famous for its picturesque architecture and stunning beaches, such as Valtos, Lichnos, and Sarakiniko. The most interesting sightseeing in the region is the Venetian Castle of Parga, the Ottoman Castle in Anthoussa village and the Springs of Acheron River. Buzzing with life, Parga offers mesmerizing views of the Ionian Sea. Kryoneri beach is right in front of the town, while numerous restaurants, cafes and bars line the promenade and continue on the road leading up to the castle.