You are in the center of a unique place with wonderful beaches, excellent archeological destinations and natural beauties, to discover unique secrets of the area, from Hidden Treasures of West coast, a group of people who love their place and have to suggest alternative activities, so sports and cultural as well as entertainment.
To avoid busy and tourist destinations and to experience a little of the life of a local
To eat great food, both meat and fish!
To take a walk with Agios Sostis, their beautiful kaki and see dolphins in Amvrakikos
To learn Kite from trained professionals but also to do s.u.p.s Agios Nikolaos in Aktio

Amvrakikos Gulf

Beauty, serenity, unprecedented and intense emotions, opportunity for reflection and interesting knowledge, in an all-day cruise a real life experience!
The city of Preveza, a city almost surrounded by the sea – is not unjustly characterized as the most beautiful “island” of Epirus!
Solve cellars and sailing to the interior of the Amvrakikos gulf, full of enthusiasm you will get to know this important and special ecosystem up close.
The journey, a journey to the place, to the life he hosts, to his history and culture. Beautiful landscape, shipwrecks and traditional fishing methods, the islands of the National Park full of seagulls and herons, sea turtles Caretta caretta and silver pelicans, while the absolute tranquility on the sea surface will make the tour of the shore even more enjoyable. on the south side of the Amvrakikos gulf with options for all tastes. Enjoyable dives from the boat in the warm blue-green waters, mask and respirator -snorkeling- in the shallows in search of seahorses, a walk on the beach and the green surrounding landscape or just a cool coffee on the sunbeds.
There by the sea, in the family tavern of Andreas, you will enjoy our ouzo and the fresh seafood flavors of Amvrakikos, the delicious ‘petals’, its famous shrimp and grilled sardines, a real treat for your palate!

Ancient Nikopoli

A few kilometers from Preveza one can find one of the largest ancient Roman cities in Greece. Nikopoli (meaning the Victory City), was the pride of Roman emperor Octavian, which he built after his victory against Antony and Cleopatra at the naval battle of Aktion at 31 B.C. The city is approximately 900 acres and the most important surviving monuments are: The Roman fortification, the theatre, the Odeon (still used for cultural events during the summer months) and the Nympaion.
For more information you can visit the new archaeological Museum of Nikopolis in Preveza which contains collections of architectural parts and sculpture from the ancient city and offerings from the cemetery of Nikopolis.
visit the museum:
By car:
3rd km National road of Prevaza-Ioannina, Τ.Κ. 48100, Preveza
Telephone: +30 26820 89892

River Acheron

The river Acheron with its 50km of captivating natural beauty, was in ancient times a synonym of sorrow and mourning, and the entrance to the kingdom of Ades. At the village of Mesopotamos where Acheron and Kokitos rivers meet at the shores of lake Acherousia, you can find the Necromantio (More information and opening hours, Archeological Site of Necromantio, Mesopotamos, tel: 2682041206), where according to myth, visitors went to communicate with the dead.
Today the river and the village of Glyki, is popular with visitors from all over the world, to enjoy the nature and also to hike down the river from its springs at the Skala of Tzavelena to the village.
other activities you can enjoy there:
• Horse riding
• Paragliding in Paramythia
• Rafting, kayak and canoe-kayak in Gliki
• biking by the river

The monument of Zalogos

The legendary dance of Zalogos by the Souliotisses (women from Souli) that prefer to fall off the mountain instead of being captured by the Turkish authorities is engraved in modern Greek history.
Travelling from Preveza to Parga one notices on their right hand side a set of tall white figures. This is the Zalogo monument, dedicated to the 63 women of Souli who according to history danced their way off of the cliff of mount Zalogos together with their children in 1803.
The 13m tall statues stand proud looking out to the Ionian Sea, for the women that chose death over submission to foreign powers, and they were built in 1961 by sculptor Georgios Zogolopoulos and architect PatroklosKarantinos.


The Acheron river and the Kokitos river meet by the village of Mesopotamos, at the banks of lake Acherousia – there one can find the Necromantio. ThemostsignificantplaceofworshipoftheUnderworld Gods but alsoα communication channel with the dead.
In order to be admitted to the Necromantio, visitors had to go under strict preparations, like remaining in full isolation for a period of time and also following a specific diet. Only then they were allowed to enter the Necromantion halls and communicate with their dead loved ones who could also deliver prophesies.
Tel: 2684041206)