Parga is a town and municipality situated in the northwestern part of Preveza, a regional unit in Epirus, northwestern Greece. Municipality's seat is the village Kanallaki. The city of Parga lies on the Ionian coast between Igoumenitsa and Preveza cities. It is a resort town famous for its scenic beauty. Parga attracts thousands of vacationers every summer due to its natural features such as splendid beaches. The most popular beaches include Ai Giannaki, Lichnos, Kryoneri, Piso Kryoneri, Valtos, Sarakiniko. Parga and the surrounding regions have many seaside restaurants and taverns serving fresh fish. The entertainment in the town includes walks, tours and water sports (fishing, wind surfing, diving, water skiing).
In 2011 the population of Parga municipal unit was 3,900, while the population of the community was 2,415. Parga featutes a municipality area of 276.5 km2 (106.8 ml2). In antiquity the area was inhabited by the Thesprotians Greek tribe. The ancient city of Toryne was probably situated here. Parga village stands from early 13th century. Originally, it was built on top of the "Pezovolo" mountain. The Castle is on the top of a hill that overlooks the town and was used to protect Parga from the sea and mainland. It was initially built during the 11th century by the city residents to protect from pirates and Turks.
Highlights: Venetian style village, Castle
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