The ancient Nekromantio (sanctuary) is located 20 km from Parga. According to ancient Greek mythology, Haron (Boatman-boat driver of the dead) carried the spirits to the nether world via the river.
The sources of the river Acheron, a truly magnificent area, internationally recognized as a region of outstanding natural beauty.
The ancient city of Nikopolis, built in 27 B.C. by the Romans, is located 50 km from Parga and 7 km from Preveza.
The Venetian castle of Parga is situated on a hill with a wonderful view overlooking the town, the beach of Valtos, and the Ioanian Sea.
The castle is located between the villages of Anthousa and Agia and offers a commanding view of the surrounding area. The massive and imposing fortress was built by Ali Pasha to supervise and siege Parga.
The theatre of Dodona (2000BC) is one of the largest and best preserved ancient Greek theatres, and seats about 18,000 people. An integral part of the sanctuary of Dodona, it was very impressive for the visitor who arrived from the south side, since the monument dominated the space with its curved surfaces and its towering retaining walls.
The island on Lake Pamvotis is an integral part of the history of Ioannina, since it is linked to the history and the death of Ali Pasha. Today the island is inhabited (which is uncommon on a global scale) by 100 families which are employed in the tourism and fisheries.