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Parga Wheelchair Central Greece Accessible Greece Tours
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Parga wheelchair accessible tours, is a pretty seaside town overlooking the Ionian Sea, surrounded by splendid hills full of Mediterranean scrub and lapped by crystal clear waters.

Along the jagged coast of Epirus, an eastern region of mainland Greece, a town that enchants at first sight with its cascade of pastel-colored houses arranged amphitheatrically on the sea.

You cannot fail to notice the Fortress that dominates the city.

Originally from the XIV century, it was rebuilt several times over the course of time by the Normans, Ottomans and Venetians.

Is the perfect destination for a fascinating walk back in time, among vaulted corridors, walls and cannon rooms, as well as an exceptional panoramic point.

From Parga you can easily reach Sivota, a pretty fishing village which has now become a popular holiday resort.

Near Sivota are the remains of the ancient village of Vrahona.

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We are providing a safe and a full Central Greece accessible tours around previewed accessible itineraries. Disabled friendly accessible services includes professional guided tours and cruise shore excursions.

Visit this rich and fascinating land with an exclusive private Parga wheelchair accessible tours with adapted van transportation specifically designed for wheelchair users tourists combined an holiday to across Greece.

Touring Parga

Parga is small and everything is very close, as well as having several pedestrian zones, so getting around on foot is the best solution, and then getting lost in the narrow streets is splendid!

Destroyed and rebuilt several times, the Castle has intact the original nucleus, which was built by the Venetians in the XVI century.

In front of Parga is the Island of Panagia where there is a characteristic church dedicated to St Panagia from which the island took its name.

August 15th is the highlight date for residents.

On the evening of August 14, the popular and devotional festival takes place right on the islet.

People reach it by boat to admire the fireworks fired from the hills above the town of Parga.

The hinterland of Parga is especially beautiful near the Acheron River, located 2km off the main Glyki-Parga road.

The Acheron attracts a large number of visitors because it offers a beautiful natural spectacle.

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