Parga is a town known for its lively nightlife, pleasant promenade and great restaurants. The city with its pastel-colored houses built of rocks in a small beautiful bay with white beach and turquoise-blue waters. In Parga we visit the olive museum and see how to make olive oil for many years here in the Northwest Greece. Of course we also taste some of the specialties and hear a bit about how olive production takes place today. If you would like to buy olive oil back home , this is the right place to do it because the quality here is among the best in Greece.
We go for a walk through Parga's narrow streets to the top of the city where the ancient Ali Pasa fortress has stunning views over the city and the bay. When it's dinner time, you have many restaurants to choose from. But should you be unsure about what you want to select, the tour guide can recommend a place on the promenade where the food is tasty and the prices reasonable.
Remember: a sweater / light jacket for the bus, a bottle of water, camera and comfortable shoes.
Excl. dinner (the tour guide can recommend a place), olive museum entrance
Olive Oil Museum, Ali Pasa Fortress
Please be at the pick up point 10' before the agreed time
Price: 20 € pp,10 € per chd (2-12 yrs),0-1,99 yrs free