The beaches of the Preveza prefecture stretch for 60 kilometres. Bays, peninsulas, beaches and sheer cliffs alternate in harmonious beauty. Pine forests extend to the hospitable beaches, creating the perfect balance of sun and shade. These unspoilt beaches are ready to welcome summer visitors who will respect and preserve this magnificent natural environment.
Preveza is a beautiful and historic city. The traditional buildings lining the harbour and the quaint alleys with traditional taverns and cafés lend an island air to Preveza, which is evident to visitors at first sight. Present-day Preveza is a modern city with every convenience and tremendous touristic, cultural and artistic development. Renowned Greek poet Karyotakis lived in Preveza. Many conferences and exhibitions are organised in the city each year, and the amazing “Sardine Festival” is held there every August.
NATURA 2000 REGION
The Ambracion Gulf features Wetlands of International Importance (Ramsar sites), which are part of the Natura 2000 network (Ambracion Gulf code: GR2140001, Ambracion Gulf, Louros Delta, Arahthos code: GR2110004) and is a designated Site of Community importance, Special Protection Area (SPA), and Wildlife Refuge. In 2008, the northern section of the bay was declared a National Park.
There are several archaeological sites within close reach of the villa, including the Roman Aqueduct of Nicopolis in Epirus, the Archaeological Museum of Nicopolis, and the archaeological sites at Kassopis and Nekromanteia.
Considered as the Caribbean of Greece, Lefkada island amazes visitors with the exotic blue colour of its beaches. Connected to the mainland through a small bridge, Lefkada can actually be accessed by car, so there is no need for ferry. This is the perfect place for families, couples and large groups of friends, as it has something for everyone.
As one of the most picturesque and cosmopolitan points of northwester Greece, the beautiful Parga challenges you to acknowledge by close its long history, the varied funds of natural beauty and the hospitality of its residents. The island of Virgin Mary, the narrow stone-paved paths, the traditional alleyways, the blossom neighbourhoods and traditional taverns, give their own taste to the magnificent landscape of Parga. Cosy streets, tall and narrow houses attached to each other, lovely beach bars.The beaches of Parga are just magnificent, good for all tastes.
Paxi-Adipaxi can be reached by ferry boat from Parga, have no airport and therefore, have been able to protect themselves from the strain of modern tourism. There are excellent beaches and quiet coves on the islands , with crystal clear waters, perfect for swimming. Paxos appeals to everyone who enjoys an unsophisticated holiday. There is an abundance of beauty here, wild life, history, scenery, a friendly local lifestyle…
The springs of Acheron River is an area of outstanding natural beauty located at the border of Thesprotia and Preveza, close to the villages of Kanalaki and Glyki. Apart from the natural beauty, the springs of Acheron is known worldwide for its mythological contents. In ancient Greek mythology, Acheron was one of the five rivers of the Greek underworld. Acheron River comprises a fantastic short trip for its magnificent transparent water and the surrounding rocky landscape. It is actually one of the least known places in Parga thus it retains its unspoiled natural beauty and secret energy. The river entertain visitors with numerus activities such as: horse-riding, paragliding, canyoning, etc.