Set in Greece’s north-western Preveza region, sandwiched between mountains and a sweeping bay, Parga is one of those seaside destinations you see on postcards. Colourful boats bob in the harbours, tavernas spill out onto cobbled streets, and whitewashed houses cling to the steep hillsides. It’s no wonder this place is as popular with the Greeks as it is with foreign holidaymakers.
Historically developed with vivid island style. Constructed along the slopes of a hill, it is surrounded by lush greenery and blue sea. Lovely two-storey mansions with colorful walls are built on the slopes of the hill around the port and create a picturesque atmosphere.