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A city with an island atmosphere, picturesque, cheerful, with attractions that testify to centuries of history and many beaches to choose from. The Aktio underwater tunnel is the most easily accessible way for the city. Facing the Amvrakikos gulf and the Ionian Sea, with a wonderful waterfront, a marina full of sailing boats, dozens of restaurants and taverns, sidewalks and sophisticated shops, you will be enchanted. Just outside the city, in ancient Nikopolis, you “meet” Octavian Augustus, Antonios and Cleopatra. Then turn on the engine and get ready to explore the 60 km of beaches that stretch from Preveza to Parga. In this corner of Epirus, the choices are endless and so are the pleasures.
Whether you stay in Preveza for just a few days, or are planning a longer stay in the city, you will find plenty to do and see.
WHAT TO DO, WHAT TO SEE
Ancient Nikopolis: Nikopolis (city of victory) was founded in 31 BC. from Octavian Augustus in memory of his victory over Antonios and Cleopatra, in the famous naval battle of Aktio. The Archaeological Museum of Preveza houses important finds from all historical periods of the city.
Seitan Bazaar: The walk in the alleys of the historic center of Preveza is something that should not be missed. Picturesque alleys with the best and most traditional restaurants of Preveza.
Amvrakikos gulf: It has been designated as a wetland of international importance protected by the RAMSAR treaty. In the Amvrakikos Gulf, about 280 species of birds have been recorded in its seven large lagoons.
The castle of Pantokrator: It is one of the three castles of Preveza and one of the castles built by Ali Pasha after the occupation of the city in 1807. It is located south of the city of Preveza, on the sea, at Fokia, at its entrance Amvrakikos gulf. Its original name was Utz-Kale (Outer Acropolis).
Visit Parga and Sivota: The two “beauties”, with the most beautiful beaches and small coves, compete in beauty: transparent turquoise waters, sand and pebbles, green hills, water sports and small underwater explorations and small exploring.
The house of Kostas Karyotakis: Kostas Karyotakis, the Greek “poet of grief”, committed suicide in Preveza in 1928. You will see his house on Dardanelion Street and his bust in the square of the same name.
Countless beaches: 60 km of sandy beaches and beautiful waters await you from Preveza to Parga. Loutsa, Valtos, Lychnos, Ammoudia, Lygia, Kastrosykia… Isolation, but also busy beach bars. Whatever beach you are looking for, you will find it here.