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Discover Greece’s coastal beauty

The ancient town of Preveza offers culture, relaxation and natural beauty. Situated on a thin strip of land on mainland Greece, the town is a combination of laid-back island life and cosmopolitan charm. Preveza and its neighbouring towns of Sovita and Parga are often called the Amalfi Coast of Greece, thanks to their pretty harbours and colourful houses. Preveza holidays are a convenient half hour’s drive from Lefkada’s most beautiful beaches.

The Ionian island is separated from Preveza by a floating bridge, which boasts incredible views across a lagoon famous for its thriving bird population. The town centre has early examples of Byzantine and Venetian architecture, and you can spend the evening drinking ouzo with the locals at one of its lively bars. Whether you’re looking for a family beach escape or a captivating city break, holidays to Preveza are brimming with possibilities.

Your Preveza questions, answered

There are many beaches in Preveza, although you will need a car to reach some of them. Ai Sostis and Alonaki have clear water, white sand and sunloungers.
The Epirus region has excellent foodie credentials. There’s great seafood, and Preveza is famous for its traditional bakeries serving up pita bread and savoury pies.
Families will love Preveza’s historical landmarks, wide range of restaurants with lots of menu options and calm waters where children can splash around or learn to sail.

Best things to do in Preveza

Swim in hot springs

Take a trip to the village of Anogeion to swim in the hot springs – the waters are claimed to be good for various ailments and skin conditions.

Order the local fish

With fishing grounds in the Ionian Sea and the Ambracian Gulf, Preveza has access to an array of seafood. Visit in August for the annual Sardine Festival.

Visit Nekromanteio

Plan a day trip to Nekromanteio, the ancient site of the Temple of Hades and the entrance to the mythical underworld, according to Greek legend.