Visit Epirus

Learn about the History of Epirus

Epirus, is a traditional geographic and modern administrative region in northwestern Greece. It borders the regions of West Macedonia and Thessaly to the east, West Greece to the south, the Ionian Sea and Ionian Islands to the west and Albania to the north. It is part of the wider historical region of Epirus, which overlaps modern Albania and Greece but lies mostly within Greek territory.

Vikos National Park

The Vikos–Aoös National Park is a national park in the region of Epirus in northwestern Greece. The Vikos Gorge is located on the southern slopes of Mt Tymphe.

Syvota

Βlue and green, representative of Thesprotia’ s Prefecture, is the main reason why Syvota is considered as one of the most exotic destinations within Greece!

Metsovo

Metsovo is a town in Epirus, in the mountains of Pindus in northern Greece, between the city of Ioannina to the north and Meteora to the south.

Enjoy the local cousine

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Beaches you will love

In the north western coastline of Epirus with the view of the blue-green waters of the Ionian archipelago, captivating Parga and exotic Syvota do constitute an irresistible pair with an insular breeze and cosmopolitan aura, which will certainly steal your hearts.

Karavostasi

Karavostasi Beach is located 7 km from Perdika village. It is a popular beach with a long stretch of coarse white sand and deep blue waters.

Bella Vraka

The turquoise waters are very shallow on this white sandy pristine beach. Carry with you food and water as there are no cafes and tavernas in the area.

Syvota

Βlue and green, representative of Thesprotia’ s Prefecture, is the main reason why Syvota is considered as one of the most exotic destinations within Greece

Parga

Parga is a renowned maritime town of the Prefecture of Preveza as well as a famous holiday destination known mostly for it's lacy shores.

GET the experience you deserve!

Although the largest part of Thesprotia is mountainous, there is a 60-km coastline with marvellous beaches, stretching from Sagiada in the North to Parga in the South. The turquoise waters of the Ionian Sea wash the entire western coast, creating endless sandy beaches, picturesque coves and little harbours awaiting to be discovered!