Parga is the busiest tourist destination in the region. Nearby beaches include Kryoneri, Piso Kryoneri (within the Parga settlement), Valtos and Sarakiniko in the west, and Lichnos and Ai Giannakis in the east. Just across the harbor from the city is the picturesque Island of Panagia, which is home to a church as well as medieval and French structures. The Castle of Ali Pasha is another popular tourist attraction in the area. It is Epirus’ most popular tourist destination. It is located on the outskirts of the Venetian castle and is clearly inspired by Ionian architecture.
At sunset, take a romantic walk through the center of Parga, which is lined with tourist shops, beautiful restaurants, and small bars where you can drink or eat while admiring the lit-up castle and Panagia islet.
Parga is connected by ferry to Paxos and Antipaxos on a daily basis. It also has links to Ammoudia, Corfu, and Lefkada.
The most important ancient monument in the area is located about fifteen kilometers from Parga. The Necromancer of Acheron is the most important necromancer of antiquity. The ancient Greeks believed that the Acheron River’s sources were the Gates of the Underworld.