The venetian castle of Parga
The medieval castle of Parga with many buildings in it, situated on a hill-fort cape on the right side of the city, the harbor entrance and is accessible by narrow alleys and stairs. In the central area have been reconstructed two main buildings that host theater performances and exhibitions. The castle is open from early morning to late evening.
Castle of Ali Pasha
The castle of Ali Pasha is situated on a hill between the villages Anthousa and Agia, 5 km north of Parga. It is a massive and majestic building which has been preserved in very good condition. During the tour you will see the underground tanks, the gunpowder and the rooms of Ali Pasha, with fireplace and cabinets. The location offers a breathtaking view to the Ionian islands. At night the illuminated castle, offering a spectacular sight.
The island of Panagia Parga
The verdant island is right in front of the harbor of Parga, at a very short distance, which one can even go swimming. Panagia island owes its name to the Virgin Mary church with its characteristic steeple, located there. At the highest point of the island there is a beautiful French castle.
The watermill of Luke
The watermill of Luke, built under old plane trees, has become a folk museum which takes you time and give you moments of relaxation.
The chapel of Agios Sostis
It is one of the most peculiar churches of our homeland. Built in the gap formed by two huge rocks stuck, it seems to be one with the landscape and the impressive entrance from the narrow opening of giant rocks will cause awe.
“Each trip has a secret destination that the traveler does not know”
– Μartin Βuder – (Austrian philosopher)