Corfu is the northernmost and second largest of the Ionian Islands after Cephalonia in the Ionian Sea. The beautiful island of Corfu, famous for its musical tradition and beautiful serenades, has been described as the lady of the Ionian Sea. Cultural riches, heavenly nature, alleyways and a wonderful music tradition, are just some of the reasons why the Corfu Venetian elegance is a favorite destination. It is a cosmopolitan island that exudes a sense of nobility. The town of Corfu and the island’s capital is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities of Greece. It is divided in the old and new town. The acquaintance with the old town of Corfu is a unique experience. Anyone who crosses the alleys or strolls to the famous Esplanade finds that no one can resist this city. The tour of the old town offers many pleasant surprises. The alleyways lead to the old neighborhoods and revive their manifold aspects of the history of the island. All guests, depending on their tastes and preferences, will discover countless reasons to love this city. Life in Corfu is hectic. As for the hospitable Corfu people who cannot stop speaking with their typical singer accent, it is certain that they transmit their enthusiasm and liveliness.
  • The famous Achillion of Princess Elisabeth von Vitelsmpach (known as Princess Sissy ) contains statues and paintings inspired by the Greek Mythology , as well as the spectacular tableau which shows the victory of Achilles in the Trojan War painted by the German painter Franz Matz.
  • The famous ” Liston ” decorating the central square of Corfu opposite the old Fort
  • The Old Fortress
  • Mon Parnes The Museum of Asian Art
  • Paleokastritsa Monastery
  • Vlachernon Monastery

The acquaintance with the old town of Corfu is a unique experience. Anyone who crosses the alleys or strolls to the famous Esplanade finds that no one can resist this city. The tour of the old town offers many pleasant surprises. The alleyways lead to the old neighborhoods and revive their manifold aspects of the history of the island. All guests, depending on their tastes and preferences, will discover countless reasons to love this city. Life in Corfu is hectic. As for the hospitable Corfu people who cannot stop speaking with their typical singer accent, it is certain that they transmit their enthusiasm and liveliness.


Parga is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Greece since the end of '50s. Parga is in north west of Greece in the region of Epirus and what makes Parga special, is undoubtedly the nature. The combination of the blue of Ionian Sea with the green is unique. Parga Beaches are among the best beaches in Greece with cool crystal waters.
Parga was known in ancient times as Paragiros, Paragea and Ypargos where it's current name came from. It was ancient Toryni as Ptolemy and Plutarch say. The Normans built the first fort in the 14th century and since then Parga passed in the hands of Venetians, French, Britishand Turks. During the Venetian rule, Parga had considerable privileges that enjoyed economic prosperity and was a bridge between the Turkish-occupied Greece and Venice.Parga existed as a settlement since Byzantine times . The first mention of Parga with that name made ​​in 1387 by John Kantakouzenos describing Parga as one of the main cities of Epirus . The population of the city increased after the influx of residents of Vagentias ( opposite Corfu ) , about 1370 . At the same time , the residents were in agreement with the Normans and built with their help the first fortress city , in 1401.The area in medieval times was under many attacks and raids by pirates and bandits . In 1401 the city was under Venetian management after the agreement between the two cities until 1797 . During the Venetian administration Parga built as fortified castle and becomes a great trade center. Also Parga acquires privileges and authorities and grow economically.Meanwhile, the Venetians orders the planting of olive trees.

Parga is the ideal destination for nature lovers as it features lush vegetation and beautiful landscapes. Parga joins the green lawn and blue mountain meets the sea. Acheron River is a river located in the area of Glyki in Epirus. According to mythology, the plain of Acheron was the place inhabited by the souls of the dead. The river was the road through which Charon lead souls to Lake Acherousia, the depths of which was the kingdom of Hades. The River Acheron, is consider under the ecological perspective as one of the most important in Europe.The rugged terrain of the Straits of Acheron, the roughness of the surrounding mountains, lush vegetation and clean water rapids, create a landscape of exceptional beauty. In Acheron river offered many activities for the visitors such as, horseback riding and canoeing.



Paxos untouched by time, is the smallest Ionian Island seven miles by two and is located just nine miles off the southern most tip of Corfu and ten from the mainland of Greece. Paxos has no airport and for this reason has thankfully eluded the masses who flock to the neighboring islands.

This magical island holds many enchanting surprises of natural beauty and contrasts. The East Coastline is enveloped in a silvery green cloak formed by the olive trees sloping gently to glistering blue waters. Numerous secluded coves and bays offer solitude of which some are only accessible by boat, the clarity of the sea make snorkeling an excellent pursuit for the more energetic.


Tiny harbors with colorful fishing boats complemented by picturesque houses typify the coastline.

The West Coast has a dramatic array of the most stunning limestone cliffs dropping away to bleached white shingle bays, huge caves, blue grottoes and crystal waters of aquamarine, truly worth a visit by boat. Paxos surely must be a walkers paradise with it network of mule tracks and donkey paths breathtaking views and natural geological wonders.

The hue and aroma fill the air as you brush past the naturally formed country herb gardens. Spring particularly holds a wealth of flora and fauna, the fire flies appear as darkness falls twinkling like fairy lights. Dramatic views over Erimitris cliffs, stretches of pure blue Ionian Sea and beyond, the mountains of Epirus.

Approximately, half the islands population of 2600 live in three main villages of Gaios, Loggos, Lakka. To an extent they relay on oil from their olive trees and fish from the sea, just as the islanders have done for hundreds of years. Almost a mile off the southern tip of Paxos is the tiny vineyard island of Anti Paxos, producing local wine which is a must to sample if the opportunity arises. Only two mile long and one mile wide, it has stunning natural bays with pure white sandy beaches. The glistering crystal waters are incomparable to any other island. The Paxos people are characteristically self-sufficient and many households keep livestock, produce their own wine, build their own houses and manage small business with an energy and diligence that is inspiring.


Paxos is very special, once stepping on this island the outside world seems to vanish. Time to amble, breathtaking views at every turn, pause for a moment, the scent of rosemary, thyme and sage fill the air, the simplicity of life captivating.

If you are searching for serenity, a step back in time and chance to mingle with true local people, you need look no further than Paxos.


Lefkada, also known as Lefkas or Levkas, is one in the group of the Eptanisa or “seven-islands” in the Ionian Sea in Western Greece. The island is separated from mainland only by a narrow canal, Drepanos, 50 meters wide. There is a long boardwalk and a floating bridge connecting Lefkada with land, which makes it the only Greek island, except Evia, accessible by car. It is surrounded by nine satellite islands, including Meganisi, Kastos, Kalamos, Madouri and Skorpios, the island of Aristotle Onassis family.
Apart from crystal clear blue sea and spectacular beaches, there are numerous other attractions in Lefkada including plentiful natural beauties, historic sites, museums and monasteries, and most important must see of the Lefkas island include: Nydri; the mediaeval Venetian castle of Agia Mavra; prehistorical city of Nirikos; Lefkata cape; Monastery of Faneromeni,the most important religious centre of Lefkada; the Archeological Museum; Agios Ioanis Antzoussis Church; Waterfalls of Dimosari and numerous other tourist attractions. There are a plenty of beautiful sandy beaches on the island, but the most popular include Porto Katsiki, 45km southwest of Lefkada town, near Lefkata cape, accessible by the 347 steps sloping of the mountain and Egremni Beach, located about 30km from Lefkada’s capital, surrounded by imposing cliffs. The both beaches are well organized, with umbrellas, sun beds and beach bars. Other notable beaches on the island include Kathisma, Agios Ioannis, Nydri, Ammoglossa and Poros Beach
Porto Katsiki beach on Lefkada Island is one of the most beautiful Greek beaches. It is also in the top of the list of best beaches in Europe each year. It is situated 40 kilometers southwest of Lefkada Town, the island’s capital city. Porto Katsiki beach looks truly fascinating surrounded by incredible hills which make it accessible only by 80 steep steps descending along the cliff. This is one of the most favorite beaches and it is considered to be one of the island’s major attractions. Porto Katsiki owes its fame to fascinating landscape and most of all, crystal clear blue sea. Golden sandy beach adds a beauty to the overall impression of Porto Katsiki.



The name Preveza is first mentioned in the Chronicle of the Morea in 1292. Created towards the end of the eleventh century, following the desertion of ancient Nikopolis, the city was conquered several times in the course of its turbulent history: by Visigoths, Goths, Bulgars, Turks, Venetians and French. It was liberated on 12 October 1912 and incorporated within the Greek state.

Preveza lies 370 km northwest of Athens (via Rhion-Antirrhion) and has a population of 20,000. It is located in the southernmost tip of the prefecture on a small peninsula at the narrow entrance to the Ambracian Gulf, opposite Aktion (ancient Actium). The city’s markedly island (Heptanesian) character, so fascinating for the visitor, is due to the fact that it is washed on three sides by the sea. Traditional buildings dominate the waterfront of the harbour, while quaint old houses, narrow streets, local tavernas and coffee-shops compose its tranquil interior.


The town of Preveza has a lot to offer its visitors, from tourist attractions, archaeological sites and castles to beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters along the entire length of the Prefecture’s coastline.

The ancient city of victory, Nicopolis, is one of the primary destinations for every visitor to Preveza. Ancient Nicopolis was a city of Epirus, which was founded by the Romans in southwest Epirus, near the modern-day town of Preveza. Its archaeological site is currently the largest ancient city of Greece. Ancient Nicopolis is located exactly next to the community of Nicopolis, in the narrowest part of the isthmus of the Preveza peninsula, and is adequately protected under an archaeological law against development. It is open to the public and lies approximately 10km from the centre of Preveza. Our tour will not be complete without a visit to the well-known Zalongo. Zalongo is one of Greece’s historical mountains. It lies to the north of Preveza and belongs to the Cassope mountain range of Epirus. Its name was associated with the pre-revolutionary period of 1821, and particularly with the legendary Dance of Zalongo.



A new destination that promises many new experiences...

Sivota is a seaside paradise located on a small and secluded bay.

Reference point of domestic and international jet set, Sivota is the most cosmopolitan place in Epirus. Here you can marvel countless island clusters and see the most beautiful beaches.


Sivota is the jewel in the Greek mainland's crown, an area of breathtaking natural beauty far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Verdant hillsides join seamlessly with rocky coves and sandy bays to create a picture postcard setting for relaxing holidays in the sunshine. Even the harbour is a sight to behold, with a small floatilla of colourful vessels regularly found lining the shore.

The nightlife of Sivota is largely focused around the waterfront, with a number of tradtional tavernas, restaurants and cafés lining the quayside. There is a disco that opens down by the waterfront in high season, however things are generally pretty low key here and tend to be centred around good food and drink.

With its impressive verdant mountain backdrop, the coastline of Sivota is a photographer's dream. You'll find a mix of shingle beaches, rocky coves and sandy bays lapped by shimmering waters, as well as a number of offshore wooded islets with idyllic beaches of their own. Why not pack a picnic and take one of the relatively inexpensive water taxis from the harbour?




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