Parga Area

Parga Area holidays

A picturesque potion of French Riviera-esque harbour towns and Caribbean-style beaches… ta-dah, we bring you the Parga region! Stretching along mainland Greece’s western coast, south-east of Corfu, Parga’s unspoilt beauty knows no limits. Expect paradisiacal beaches, spellbinding surroundings and a heart-warming history rolled into one.

Parga Area resorts

Kanali

The seaside village of Kanali boasts all the ingredients to make your Greek getaway a great one.

Parga

Terracotta-topped and ready to dazzle, this traditional treasure is what Greek getaways were designed for! Think rainbow-coloured houses, chequered-cloth tavernas and a swoon-worthy seafront promenade, all capped by a hillside crown.

Sivota - Parga

Oh you lucky thing, you’ve stumbled upon Sivota! A gorgeous Greek village with sands to rival the best of ‘em, this unspoilt beauty gives the Caribbean a run for its money.

Sesa Boutique Hotel
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  • London Stansted, Wed 27 May 2020
  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Sesa Boutique Hotel

Kanali, Parga Area

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  • Modern and contemporary design
  • Beautiful beachfront restaurant
  • Member of ‘Small Luxury Hotels of the World’
  • Small and friendly
  • Relaxed ambience
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Language

Greek

Currency

Euro

Time difference

+2hrs

Cost of a beer

£2.90

3 course meal

£21.70

Flight times

3.5hrs

HD scenery 

Forget camera filters, this region’s colour palette is off the chart. Parga village’s buildings come in luscious lemon yellows and stunning sky blues, while up in the old town, bougainvillea petals cascade like confetti in the wonderful warm breeze. And the beaches? Well they’re proof that all that glistens is gold.

Days of discovery

When it comes to resorts, you’ve got low-key Lichnos with its pretty pebbled beach and sparkling Sivota with its promenade cafés to name but two. But Parga offers so much more than just chocolate box towns. Nature lovers, visit Acheron River’s waterside pathways, while culture fans should check out the local festivals.

Nights to delight

Parga harbour calls as soon as the sun falls. The scenery is as stunning by night as it is by day, with twinkling lights and a buzz of activity. It’s lined with traditional tavernas, chic bistros and cool little cocktail bars and trust us, there’s plenty of choice!

Beaches

Splashing the shores with glimmering gold, this is a region rich in beaches. From low-key Lichnos with its tree-blanket backdrop, to Valtos with its dine-al-fresco restaurants, there’s a perfectly pebbled plot with your name on it here in the Parga region. Spectacular scenery comes as standard round these parts.

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Alonaki Fanariou Beach

Alonaki Fanariou Beach

Parga Area

This treasure trove cove is a total beauty. Tucked away from the main tourist hotspots and stunningly unspoilt, Alonaki Fanariou Beach is paradise in beach form. It’s reachable via some steps, and the water’s...
Kryoneri Beach

Kryoneri Beach

Parga , Parga Area

This pretty pebbled plot tends to get pretty busy! It’s Parga’s main beach, and its central location means the shops and cafés are within easy reach. The beach is surrounding by tree-covered rock formations...

Sights

There are some seriously stunning natural wonders to see in the Parga area. Panagia island can be reached by boat, and its whitewashed, terracotta-topped chapel is a sight to behold. Then back on the mainland there’s Ali Pasha Castle, kaleidoscopic villages and some little local treasures – you’re in for a treat.

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Ali Pasha Castle

Ali Pasha Castle

Parga Area

A hilltop fortress with breathtaking views, Ali Pasha Castle lies just a short distance from the village of Anthousa. You can catch the tourist train from Parga, which adds to the experience, and when you get...
Panagia Chapel

Panagia Chapel

Parga , Parga Area

Catch a boat from Parga to the pretty little isle of Panagia. The name translates as Virgin Mary, and the island is home to a dreamy little whitewashed chapel that stands out against a gorgeous green backdrop....

Activities

Take a boat trip to Aphrodite’s Cave where the Greek goddess herself is said to have bathed or visit the incredible Acheron River and enjoy a stroll along the wonderful waterside path. Around in mid August? Look out for the Kanaria Festival – it’s a cultural delight!

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Acheron Springs

Acheron Springs

Parga Area

Stretching an incredible 52km and nothing short of paradise, a visit to the Acheron Springs is an absolute must for nature lovers. Wander along the waterside path with its fantastic flora and fauna then stop...
Head to the harbour

Head to the harbour

Parga , Parga Area

Parga’s harbour is the town’s crowning glory, take one look and you’ll be smitten! As well as the paint-palette houses and little bobbing boats, you’ve got traditional tavernas and a postcard perfect promenade....

Eating and drinking

Dining with a view is inevitable in the picturesque Parga region. There are almost 100 eateries in Parga town alone so you’re sure to meet your match! The harbour is the spot for family-run tavernas so pull up a seat and watch the yachts ripple in and out of the port.

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Hop between cocktail bars

Hop between cocktail bars

Parga , Parga Area

Many places around here have a laid-back vibe, but in Parga it’s a whole different story. From colourful cocktail bars to traditional tavernas, your evenings can be lively or low-key as you like. It all centres...
Traditional tavernas

Traditional tavernas

Parga , Parga Area

Whether you’re down in the Venetian harbour, or up in the cobbled old quarter, Parga has no shortage of authentic eateries. With almost 100 spots to choose from, you’re sure to find your perfect pew with a...

Shopping

Add one-of-a-kind craft shops and authentic Grecian boutiques to your agenda. In Parga town, the narrow streets are peppered with glass-cabinet jewellers and little local galleries, while Sivota’s modest selection includes an embroidery shop and a small handful of mini-markets.

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Nightlife

The harbour in Parga transforms when the sun goes down. All lit up and ready to go, choose from cool cocktail bars and traditional tavernas. But it’s not all about the bars, shoppers will be in their element along the store-studded streets of the paved town centre.

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