Parga is an idyllic resort between the coastal area of Igoumenitsa and Preveza, across from Paxos and Corfu and combines mountain and sea. Parga is a municipality of 3500 people and consists of the Parga, Anthousa, Agia and Livadari.
Parga is one of the most picturesque and cosmopolitan places in Northwestern Greece and invites visitors to get know our history, our varied natural beauty and the hospitality of its inhabitants.
Infrastructures: Parga has a health centre, banks (national, commercial, ate), port station, fire station, police station, two dental, two pharmacies, three clinics and paediatrician, etc. Also, Parga has plenty of stores to buy whatever you want, travel agencies for trips in nearby islands like Corfu, Paxos and Lefkada, to rent vehicles and boats, snack bars, restaurants with a variety of foods at affordable prices. The most important is that Parga located in the centre of the beaches of Epirus and from here visitors can visit beaches from Lefkada-Preveza to Igoumenitsa and Sagiada.
Activities: Apart from water sports, Parga is the hiker’s paradise. The Venetian olive grove, the surrounding hills and coasts are ideal for hikers and they worth to mention in the book of the British lance Chilton where are mentioned some walks in Parga under the title “Walks in Parga”. The Municipality of Parga has indicated only one route from Parga to Valtos and from Valtos to Old Fortress of Ali Pasha in Anthousa, but in the book, we discover some really wonderful walks. This useful book visitor can buy from the bookstores in the town of the Parga.
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The Elena Rista Studios Parga is located in a highly touristic area, serve clients, who come to see the beauties of Parga, cool in blue waters of the Ionian Sea and to enjoy the beautiful beaches by swimming, sunbathing και water sports. Parga provides one of the best and most modern infrastructures in Greece (hotels, apartments, villas, studios, restaurants, spa, camping etc).