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Paxi consist of islands and islets, with main Paxi and Antipaxi. Located in the Ionian Sea, south of Corfu (7 miles from Cavo Bianco) and constitute a very interesting excursion to the visitor. You will find many natural harbors, sandy beaches with turquoise waters, picturesque villages and interesting geological formations such as caves etc.

At the junction of the Acheron and its tributary Kokytos flourished in the 5th and 6th centuries. BC Efyra the ancient city, which was known by the necromancy of building of the 5th century. B.C. Visitors flocked from all over the known world in this unique oracle, where they could stay after an initiation process and to communicate with the dead. Today, the remains of distinguished rooms, corridors, the central underground chamber, pots etc..

The visit to the Acheron River, point of natural beauty, it is necessary for every visitor of Thesprotia. Crossing the gorge through the dew offering icy, clean waters of the river, under the shade of plane trees, as the sources of the river or the "Ladder of Tzavelena" a unique experience of contact with nature. The area has great historical - mythological interest, but also offers activities such as rafting, kayak, horseback riding etc.

Cosmopolitan city that exudes a sense of nobility, with main attractions great Spanada square (or Liston), which is the largest square in the Balkans, the Old and New Fortress, the City Hall (Theatre San Giacomo), the Mon Repos, Kanoni, Acheilion but and the Byzantine and Post-Byzantine History. Characterized by strong Venetian element but also many English and French influences.

One of the most picturesque and cosmopolitan places in northwestern Greece, the beautiful Parga invites you to meet its long history, its diverse natural beauty and hospitality of its inhabitants. The islet of Panagia, the narrow cobbled streets, traditional 'alleyways' give their own color in the idyllic landscape of Parga. It is built on the outskirts of a Venetian castle and is clearly influenced by the Ionian architecture.

Located in the border region of Thesprotia, eight kilometers northeast of the town of Filiates, near the Greek-Albanian border, built at an altitude of about three hundred meters on the western slopes of Mount Farmakovouni.