Valtos beach or Chrysogyali is loved by Greeks and by visitors. It stands like a painting, in the background the venetian castle on one side and from the other the church of Saint Spyridona. If the weather permits, you have the unique opportunity to see the two small islands Paxos and Antipaxos. There are like two beautiful gems across the sea of Parga. From Valtos beach you can visit the centre town of Parga by car in 5min or walking up the steps of the castle. Furthermore, one more option is to use the small boats that transfer the people from the central port to Valtos beach. Visitors can also explore the rest of the small beaches of the surrounding area with the same water taxi boat which come from Parga harbor. Having your accommodation near to the beach you can make lots of outdoor activities for all preferences, such as wind-surfing, Jet Skiing, or just bathe under the sun of the Ionian Sea. In the evening, don’t forget to have a meal under the moon and near to the beach. One of the most romantic places in Parga is under the light of the full moon in August.
The coastal town of Parga is located in the northwest part of the Prefecture of Preveza in Epirus. It is set like an amphitheatre to the base of a small mountain. Its picturesque port has views at the isle of Panaya, which celebrates on 15th of August with Kanareia or Pargina. Parga is embellished by the most beautiful colours of nature and is just waiting to be explored. Parga is today an important economic and commercial center in this region due to its olive oil production and tourism.