The harbour of Parga
When the sun sets over this heavenly honeypot town, pull up a pew at a harbourfront bar and watch the tourists bustle by. This pretty paved plot promises a combo of quirky cocktail spots and local knick-knack shops, while authentic restaurants rustle up freshly-net seafood with a side order of stunning views.
Live like a local
Parga may be popular, but no amount of tourists could shroud its authentic charm. Things move at a go-slow pace round here, so climb the sloping streets and wander below drapings of bougainvillea, poke your head into souvenir shops and rest in a sun-soaked café… ah, this is the life.
Get me to the Greek
There’s no denying that one of Greece’s biggest draws is its cuisine, and Parga’s no exception. It’s all about fresh Mediterranean flavours like oil-drizzled salads and sizzling meat skewers. With almost 100 spots to choose from, it doesn’t matter whether you’re after a budget bite or a three-course feast, there’s something for all.