Located at the mouth of the Ambracian Gulf in North Western Greece, Preveza has great beaches and a landscape of natural beauty. It's a popular destination for those who appreciate nature. It has cobblestone paths creating a peaceful atmosphere. During the summer months, the port is full of yachts and boats and the street cafes are filled with people. Nearby there archaeological sites to visit as well as beautiful villages and beaches.
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Preveza has a typically Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. The hottest month is August with averages temperatures of 25 degrees Celsius and an average temperature of 9 degrees in the coldest month of January.
Nikopolis is a fantastic ancient archaeological ruin of great significance situated in Preveza. It was founded by the Roman Emperor Octavian in 31 BC following his victory against Marc Antony and Cleopatra Vll of Egypt at the Battle of Actium. Nearby there’s the Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis which was opened in 2009.
With a population of 3000 people, Parga is a very beautiful town with its narrow stoned paved streets and magnificent beaches. It’s overlooked by its’ majestic medieval fort and surrounded by thick forests.
There are several stunning beaches just north of Preveza. One kilometre away there’s the beautiful Kiani Akti beach which is sandy and organised. Monolithi is a very clean beach 10 Km from Preveza and is a long sandy beach which has been awarded a Blue Flag. A little further afield, Kastrosika beach is another sandy beach with crystal clear waters.