Parga, Epirus Greece
Parga is among the top tourist destignations in GreeceDuring your stay at pargaportal you will discover all treasures of the "Pearl of Ionian Sea"view video
Welcome to Parga's best Tourist Guide Here you can see the most important sights of Parga.
The Castle is found on the top of a hill overlooking the town.
The Islet of Virgin Mary is a wonderful little island, located opposite of the port of Parga.
Enjoy the nature until you reach the top. The incredible view and the feelings you'll get will leave you speechless!
Great religiousand historical significance, located 5 minutes from the beach of Valtos.
Built by Ali Pasha in order to siege Parga. Great view of Parga's region
Where to swim in Parga GreeceBeaches of Parga and around areas are known for their amazing beauty
Kryoneri Beach is located in the town center of Parga. Opposite stands the Island of Virgin Mary.
Piso Krioneri is a small picturesque beach a few meters from the center of Parga.
Valtos is the most popular beach in Parga. Enjoy crystal water and activities.
Organized and beautiful beach. One of the longest beaches of Parga with rich nature.
Ai Giannakis Beach is 10 minutes from Parga by car. It's a Small quiet beach
Activities in Parga
Dive in the amazing sea of Ionio. Coastline of Epirus have perfect points for diving and sea adventures.
Our weather is appropriate for Watersports like Windusurfing, waterski and kitesurfing.
Have fun with water games in Epirus. A lot of beaches in Epirus have organized and safe water game services.
Find the paths of Parga. Walk under olive trees and discover the beauty of Greece and Epirus.
Travel with the tourist train. Special daily trip under olive trees and near nature.
Drive off road in Epirus paths. Live an adventure on road and explore the Greek nature.
What to buy in Parga Do not miss the unique handmade creations of Parga's artists!
Visit the store of Stefanos Ntourtas in Parga and see his excellent work with wood.
Jewlry, paintings and other handmade artifacts by N. Andreou
Dimitris Dimakos continues the old way of making ceramic creations.