Parga is one of the most cosmopolitan summer resorts in Greece. The seaside town of Parga is located on the southwest side of the region of Epirus, between Preveza and Igoumenitsa and one step from the island of Paxos, the Grape and Corfu can be reached by ferry boat from Igoumenitsa Port.
The surrounding area of Parga is surrounded by a lush pine forest, combined with the island colors of hotels, rooms and studios in Parga City to give a unique effect on the surrounding environment.
Parga is a fair one of the most scenic spring and summer destinations in northwest Greece. Amphitheater is built on a mountainside and namesake bay in which created hotels, apartments, studios, restaurants and taverns, coffee bars and clubs, which host thousands of visitors and patrons in Parga.
The city, the Venetian castle, the little church on the island of Virgin, quaint cobblestone streets, shops, restaurants and bars all make Parga more like an island than a continental location of Greece. It is easy to be noticed by the visitors that the sea in this region is part of the network Natura, mainly because of the diversity of plankton host that is unique in Meditteranean Sea. Almost all the beaches of Parga are developed in such way that offer the opportunity for many water sports. Generally, Parga is one alternative, cosmopolitan, sophisticated destination in the lap of the Ionian Sea.