The region of Epirus is geographically located on the north-western side of Greece, close to the borders with Albania. The majority of this region is mountainous, but many famous tourist places have developed there over the last years. Parga and Sivota are the most famous summer places in Epirus Greece, attracting thousands of visitors with gorgeous beaches, the green landscape, and the interesting sightseeing. However, it is also popular for the winter holidays. The most famous winter destinations in Epirus are the town of Ioannina and the mountainous villages of Zagoria. This Epirus travel guide will give you all the necessary information to organize your holiday in Greece.

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Only the last years is Epirus developing in tourism. The most tourist developed places are Parga, Zagoria, Ioannina and Sivota, some ideal for summer and other for winter holidays.

Epirus is geographically located in the north western side of mainland Greece, between Macedonia and the Ionian Sea. The largest part of Epirus is mountainous, while along the coasts of the Ionian Sea it has some nice beaches and seaside towns. Our Epirus travel guide will give you all the necessary information to understand this region, including photos, detailed maps and information on how to go there.

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