a place to discover

Glittering coasts and warm shores, rolling mountains and fragrant forests form the region’s alluring scenery. 300 days of sunshine rightfully make Preveza the place for all seasons, where from sunrise to sunset you can experience its rich history, vibrant culture, beautiful nature and relaxed lifestyle.

The area is a hidden treasure regarding the countless ancient and cultural, historical sights. It is well-known for its important monuments.

The ancient city of Nikopolis, built in 31 BC and located at the entrance of the Ambracian Gulf,  the Museum of Nikopolis , the city centre, where you can see the Venetian fort of Agios Andreas (dating from the 18th century) and the fortifications of Agios Georgios and Pantokratoras, the cathedral of Agios Charalambos and the Venetian Clock Tower built adjacent to it, are some of them.

Τhe Ancient city of Kassope , the Necromancy of Acheron where people came to communicate with the their beloved dead, the methological sight of the Gates of Hades and the monument of Zaloggo are also some of the main attractions of the area.

Parga is a lovely town and its architecture gives a special island vibe. Parga is mostly famous for its picturesque architecture with most interesting sightseeing in the region the Venetian Castle of Parga, the Ottoman Castle in Anthoussa village and the Springs of Acheron River. In short drive from Parga is the picturesque village of Sivota with nice crystal coves to swim.

exceptional LOCATION


The area is famous for its magnificent turquoise waters of an incredible deep color! It seems that nature created it for one purpose – to make your stay unforgettable!
Just beside Kanali, there are many wonderful beaches for some 30 km along the Bay of Nikopolis.

  • Monolithi beach is the longest, sandy beach in the European Union.
  • The beach of Kastrosykia lies near the mountain of Zaloggo and the site of ancient Kassope. It is an organised beach with facilities for water sports.
  • Alonaki is a small, enclosed bay with crystal clear waters and white rocks.
  • Artolithia is the most quiet and unusual beach in the area as it has rocks that stand out in the distance. A not so accessible beach that makes it an ideal place to relax under the sun.
  • Vrachos – Loutsa beach is one of the best along the coast stretching from Preveza to Parga. It has soft golden sand and shallow turquoise water.
  • The most popular beaches in Parga are Valtos and Lichnos. Valtos is a long, sandy beach surrounded by olive groves and provides a lot of services as well as many water sports. Lichnos is one of the bays that surround the seaside town of Parga and it is the most popular with visitors.
  • The most well known beaches in Lefkada are Kathisma, Porto Katsiki, Egremnoi and Agios Giannis. They are considered some of the best in the Mediterranean Sea.

NATURAL living

The area is  very popular for those who truly appreciate nature living. Cobblestone paths align the exquisite streets and alleys, creating a peaceful yet lively atmosphere.

With the combination of the nature and vegetation and the traditional ouzeries and taverns, a very idyllic environment is created. During summer months, the port of Preveza is full of boats and yachts, while cafes are filled with people. The large quay with the beautiful neoclassical buildings creates the perfect setting for relaxing walks and for a visitor to drop his anchor.

Parga which is amphitheatrically built, is one of the most picturesque and cosmopolitan places in northwestern Greece and challenges you to experience up close its long history, its diverse natural beauty, and the hospitality of its inhabitants. With its ruined castle perched above a sandy bay, Parga has spectacular views that set it apart from other northern Greece beach towns. This former Venetian possession is an excellent base for beaches, historic sites and excursions to Ionian islands. After the sun sets, a slew of excellent seafront tavernas and bars give Parga plenty of fizz.

Lefkada (or Lefkas) on the western side has some of the best beaches in the world. A strong wind assaults Lefkada and has made the island hugely popular with kitesurfers and windsurfers, and a major fixture on the professional circuit.

The large, sheltered bays on the east and south coast of Lefkas make both Nidri and Sivota a favourite of yacht charter firms as do the heavily indented bays of offshore islets such as Meganissi. On the west coast, rugged cliffs, rocky shores and exposed beaches are a magnet for the more adventurous while Vassiliki, in the south, is a world class windsurfing centre.


PVK Aktion Airport is only 5 km outside of Preveza, 19 km from Kanali where the project is located.

Τhe airport is growing rapidly and last year reached  to serve more than 565.000 people

It is regularly connected, mainly  with charter flights, with some of the biggest European cities such as:


VIENNA – 1hour 48min


LARNAKA – 1hour 53min


COPENHAGEN – 2hour 53min


HELSINKI- 3hour 24min


PARIS- 2hour 44min


DUSSELDORF – 2hours 38min

HAMBURG – 2hours 44min

MUNICH – 2hours 02min

STUTTGART – 2hours 14min

FRNKFURT – 2hours 24min


TEL AVIV- 2hours 19min


MILAN – 2hours

ROME – 1 hour 26min


AMSTERDAM – 2hours 50min


OSLO- 3hours 29min


STOCKHOLM- 3hours 20min

GOTHENBURG- 3hours 09min


ZURICH – 2hours 12min


LONDON – 3hours 52min

MANCHESTER – 3hours 24min

EDINBURGH – 3hours 41min


Narrow alleys and scenic taverns. Gastronomic delights, with the taste of local sardines and ouzo in the plate. One thing is for sure. The memories of the greek flavors are coming back …

The gastronomy of the area, a combination of Epirus and Ionian Islands Cuisine

Region’s gastronomy is characterized by austerity and pure materials, with lots of fresh vegetables and herbs, and fresh fishes from the Amvrakikos Bay. The combination of materials makes the food simple, delicious and tasty. At Preveza Historic Center all the alleys are filled with taverns, fish taverns, cafes, scattered and picturesque which are waiting to serve the best traditional local dishes, sweets, drinks.

Fish and sea food is plenty. Each year in August, the prestigious “Sardine Festival” is organized by the Municipality of Preveza. Typical local specialties are the pedal cake (the fish is eaten whole, opened in two, sun-dried and cooked on the grill), celery seabream and savor fish.

Try also Avgotaracho from Amvrakikos Bay and Ladopita from Preveza. Preveza is at the top of the olive-growing regions of Greece. For a typical greek drink, try ouzo and tsipouro. The greek wine labels though, the last few years have gained a lot of fans. Try an elegant aromatic ”malagouzia”!

In Lefkas prefer to take your lunch in the taverns just behind the beach that you are swimming, have dinner in the beautiful city center and try the traditional dry salami, sausage or ‘ladopita’. Every summer the festival of lefkadian gastronomy is taking place in the island.

In Parga, plenty of terraces are offered for a unique experience of the view and sunset while dinning. You can taste all the traditonal greek dishes but also you can choose from other international cuisines.

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Vasiliou Balkou 3, Preveza 48100, Greece
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