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Welcome to Parga

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You're Going to Love Parga

Overlooked by a picturesque ruined castle, nestled against the waters of the Adriatic Sea and within a short boat trip of Corfu, Parga is a delightful old Venetian port, which is one of northwestern Greece's finest destinations.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Parga

When to Visit Parga

Parga's high season stretches from late June through September, which is the most popular time to go. However, spring is almost as appealing, with warm weather from March onwards.

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How to Get to Parga

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Where to Stay in Parga

Some of the leading city center hotels include the Hotel Acropol, the cosy Irida Boutique Hotel and the Palatino Hotel, while luxury resorts nearby include the Lichnos Beach Hotel & Suites.

Popular Neighborhoods in Parga

Where to stay in popular areas of Parga

Most booked hotels in Parga

How to Get Around Parga

The Cost of Living in Parga

Shopping Streets

If you want to find souvenir curios and craft items, check out the road leading from the seafront to Parga Castle.

Groceries and Other

Local supermarkets include Super Market Kordas and Ginis Bros. A gallon of milk should come to around EUR4.50.

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$15.84
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$112.42
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$4.51

Where to Eat in Parga

Parga has plenty of fabulous tavernas. Some standouts to explore include Bacchos, Stefanos, Castello and Hellenikon, all of which serve up traditional Greek specialties. Try some local honey during your stay as well - it's a famous local product. Wherever you dine, expect meals to be affordable, at around EUR15-20 per head.