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    Parga is a beautiful city located between Igoumenitsa and Preveza and uniquely combines the mountain with the sea. Also known as the "Nymph of Epirus" is a beautiful tourist  destination for all seasons. It stands out for its natural beauties, its beaches, the river Acheron and the hospitality of its inhabitants.

    It is built amphitheatrically and overlooks Paxos and Antipaxos, Kefalonia and Cape Aktio. It is a small town with a long history, a beautiful listed settlement that receives thousands of visitors each year, as there is easy access to the road network.

    Sights to see if you visit Parga:

    Castle of Parga

    The Castle of Parga is located on a hill, at the entrance of the port of the city. It was built after the need to protect the city from sea invaders. After several demolitions by the various conquerors it is now accessible prompting the respective conquerors to build fortifications at this point, which however were demolished by Barbarossa in 1537.
    The castle is accessible by the narrow streets and stairs that lead to it from the port. There is a photo exhibition and a café-refreshment room, while in the two buildings that have been reconstructed, theatrical performances is often hosted.

    Necromancer of Acheron

    It was the only necromancer in ancient Greece for communication with souls. The ancient Necromancer of Acheron is located near Kanalaki, in the village of Mesopotamos, in the Prefecture of Preveza. It is built on the top of a hill, and in ancient times pilgrims with the help of priests came in contact with the souls of the dead and asked for advice and information about the future.

    Paxoi - Antipaxoi

    The best way to see the crystal clear beaches, picturesque villages, sea caves and stunning landscape of these islands is to tour the islands by boat, as most are small and inaccessible by land.

    Zaloggos

    The so-called "Dance of Zalongos" is one of the most shocking events in the modern history of Greece. According to history in 1803, after the treaty they concluded with Ali Pasha, the Souliotes were forced to leave their place. Ali Pasha, however, broke his word and pursued the Souliotes, reaching the Monastery of Zalongos, where the women and children had taken refuge. In the face of the danger of captivity, 63 Souliotisses committed a group suicide, falling from the rock "Stefani" while dancing, after first throwing the babies they had in their arms. The fame of this moving incident reached all over Turkish-occupied Greece, but also Europe, gaining the admiration and support of the enslaved Greeks. Today, an imposing monument 18 meters long and 13 meters high stands on a stone base honouring the heroic Souliotisses.

    Castle of Ali Pasha

    The Castle of Ali Pasha is located on a hill between the villages of Anthousa and Agia, 5 km north of Parga. It is a massive and imposing building, built in 1814, with the aim of being the base of Ali Pasha during the siege of Parga. The Castle has been preserved in very good condition, bringing to life the images of that time to its visitors. The location offers a stunning view of the Ionian Islands while at night the castle is illuminated, offering a spectacular spectacle.

    Acheron River

    Acheron is a river of natural beauty, a pole of attraction for tourists from all over the world and famous all over the world for its mystical and mythological history.
    The visitor through a magical natural environment comes in contact with the icy and crystal clear waters of the mythical river Acheron, experiencing an experience that one can hardly find in any part of Greece. It is an ideal place for several alternative tourism activities.

    Parga is unexpectedly an amazing travel destination. It stands out for its beaches, the river Acheron, and its modern history and will impress every visitor.

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