With a waterfront location and picturesque alleys and architecture, Parga is a charming village offering a host of restaurants and bars in which to soak up the local culture. Parga Castle commands views across the village and beyond. Built in the 14th Century it’s enjoyed a rich history and is a must-see local attraction.
A beautiful fishing village and resort that is home to many private villas and the perfect destination for a harbourside lunch.
Meteora is a marvel of both nature and man. Meaning ‘suspended in space’ these extraordinary rock formations rise otherwordly from the ground and are themselves an unmissable sight. However, crowned as they are by Byzantine monasteries, makes them a real must-visit for your stay. Collectively listed as a World Heritage site, it’s easy to see why this one of the most visited attractions in all Greece.
The Ancient Theatre of Dodoni
One of the largest and best preserved ancient Greek theatres, Dodoni was constructed in the 3rd century B.C. by King Pyrros of Epirus Nowadays the theatre of Dodoni hosts some performances during the summer months.
Founded in 29 BC by Caesar Augustus in commemoration of his victory over Antony and Cleopatra at the Battle of Actium, Nicopolis was the capital city of the Roman province of Epirus Vetus. Many impressive ruins of the ancient city still remain and may be visited today.
The Acherontas River
In ancient Greek mythology, Acheron was known as the “river of woe”, and was one of the five rivers of the Greek underworld. In the Homeric poems the Acheron was described as a river of Hades, into which Cocytus and Phlegethon both flowed.