There are many sights of cultural and historical importance in Parga. Some of them are: the Church Museum, the Church of St. Nicholas, the Monastery of Vlachernon, the castle of Ali Pasha.

There are innumerable places of cultural and archaeological interest in the region: Paxos, the river Acheron River, the Zalogo the Nikopol, the Kassiopi, the Oracle, with the Dodona oracle, Zagoria, Meteora is one of them.


Near the village Mesopotamos and at the junction of  Acheronta and its tributary Kokytos was Efyra, an ancient city that flourished in the 5th and 6th centuries. The city became known by the Necromancy, a building of the 5th century. The visitors were flowing from all over the known world so far, to this unique Necromancy, where they could, after an initiation process to communicate with their dead. Today in ruins are distinguished corridors, rooms, the main underground chamber, pots etc.


Acheron River from its source to its mouth, creates unique landscapes, with great ecological and natural interest. The river is navigable from its mouth until Mesopotamos - Nekromanteio.Toso estuaries and narrow form of a valuable ecosystem, which is included in the protected nature of the network "Natura 2000 ".


Kassopi, capital of Kassopea, was built in half of the 4th century  B.C.  naturally fortified position on a plateau at an altitude of 550 - 650. on the slopes of Zaloggo in order to protect the exploitation of Ilia settlers, the fertile plain that stretched south. The city has been highly anthioi the 3rd century BC, built the great public buildings and many homes. The city had its own mint. The prosperity lasted until 168 BC when it was destroyed by the Romans (167 b.C.).


Located 7 km north of Preveza, in a green landscape is the archaeological place of Nicopolis. The city was founded by Octavian Augustus in commemoration of his victory at the Battle of Actium 3 1 b. J.  against Antony and Cleopatra. Octavian made sure to grace the city and the surrounding area with magnificent public buildings and other projects, such as theater, the Nymfaio, the Baths, the Odeon, the Gymnasium, the Aqueduct, the monument of August. The impressive  Byzantine wall and mosaics of the Basilica Doumetios and  Alkison  witness the splendor of the city during the early Christian centuries.


Visitors can come and admire the monument by climbing the 410 steps, starting with the monastery of St. Demetrius. In this area in 1803, when Souli after a long struggle succumbed to Ali Pasha, 63 women of Souli with children in her arms, singing and dancing, fell from the cliff, preferring to die rather than surrender to the Ottoman conquerors. Symbol and memory of sacrifice of the women of Souli, is the imposing monument that was erected there in 1961 by a nationwide fundraiser.


The origins of the Holy, known for panhellenic radiation, constructed in the Bronze Age(2600-1200). Originally, the sanctuary was outdoor and there worshiped the Great Goddess, goddess of fertility and euphoria, which later replaced by the workship of Zeus Dodoneos. The priests was saying the oracles listening the sounds of tripods around the Figo, the sacred oak of Zeus. In honor of Zeus,was the Naia, renowned national games. In the 4th century, begun to build the first temple, the Holy House.  But the sanctuary was renovated in the 3rd century on King Pyrhos. The same time built the Prytaneion, the Parliament and the Theatre, which is one of the largest ancient theater. (about 17.000 sits)


It is a unique geographical and cultural unit of 46 traditional villages divided into eastern, central and western Zagori. The area is a combination of pine and fir trees scattered around, crystal waters, picturesque stone bridges, old mansions, beautiful churches and lush vegetation. A region with flora and fauna of the wealthiest in our country, not only in number of species and rare species. There is a refuge for bears, deers, wild goats, jackals, etc.


Among the most notable Greek caves. Located in the center of the homonymous settlement. The cave formed 1.4 million years ago inside the hill  Goritsa discovered accidentally 194O AD. Inside, corridors formed by stalactites and stalagmites, which create a magical world of shapes. The cave covers an area of 14,800 square meters, but the tourist route is a total 110Om. and takes about 45 minutes.


Over Kalambaka perhaps the most impressive geological phenomena of the earth, the rocks of Meteora, offspring of large river deposits (possibly Aliakmonas) during Kainozoiko century (60 million years BC). Twenty-four monasteries in the beginning, now seven, still attract thousands of visitors.