Parga is a lovely town on the northwestern side of Greece. Although it is a mainland town, its architecture gives a special island vibe. Parga is mostly famous for its picturesque architecture and stunning beaches, such as Valtos, Lichnos, and Sarakiniko. The most interesting site in the region is the Venetian Castle of Parga, the Ottoman Castle in Anthoussa village and the Springs of Acheron River. In a short drive from Parga is the picturesque village of Sivota with nice crystal coves to swim.
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The Castle of Anthousa is a relatively new castle. It was built in the early 19th century by Ali Pasha, the Turkish ruler of the area, to overlook the town of Parga.
The church of Panagia is located on the islet of the same name, in the bay of Parga Town.
Olive Oil Factory
The Paragaea-Parga Old Olive Oil Factory is a private museum that opened its doors in June 2012. It is housed in a restored olive oil press and shows the process of olive making using traditional tools and machinery.
The Ecclesiastical Museum is located next to the church of Agioi Apostoli, in the city center of Parga. It hosts many valuable items, such as rare books, holy gospels, church items and the 300-year-old banner of the town.
Monastery of Panagia Vlacherna
The Monastery of Panagia Vlacherna, close to Valtos beach, is easily reachable through a cobbled path and hosts beautiful paintings. The bell tower dates from the 18th century and it is 15m high. The icon of Panagia Vlacherna is said to have been brought from Kapadokia, in Asia Minor, and it is kept today in the Ecclesiastical Museum of Parga.