Boutique Hotel Parga Princess

Valtos Parga, Parga, 48060, Greece
Boutique Hotel Parga Princess
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Forum Posts

How to get to Nekyomanteio

by ClaireT29

I'm staying in Athens for 2 months and trying to get to Nekyomanteio and was wondering if anyone knows if its possible to get a train or bus there, as I don't have a car?

Re: How to get to Nekyomanteio

by Maxus

Hiya,

I got there on a day trip from Corfu (which isn’t much help) there are buses from Athens to Preveza and Parga, but it’s quite a trip so you will probably need an overnight.

If you want a quiet place to stay have a look at Ammoudia (which is between Preveza and Parga) if you want a bit more life try Parga. I know nothing about Preveza (except that you can fly there from Athens) but Parga is a popular place and finding accommodation in Parga should be a doddle this side of July.

http://www.athensinfoguide.com/busTT.htm

Regards

Mark

How to get to Nekyomanteio

by INSULARIUS

As you are going to stay in Athens for 2 months, you are going to learn our "Geography" very well!
Epirus is a quite mountainous region and it is the only region of Greece (Islands included), without any train connection!

The only way to get there is by bus and the magical Greek word for that is: KTEL, meaning something like "association of interurban buses".Take the Preveza KTEL from Athens to Preveza and from Preveza, there should be some local buses to Nekyomanteio or Nekromanteio, as we called in Greek.It is quite possible that you could get there through Parga.

Nekromantyo is a unique place!If you have time, make a trek along the Acheron river.A unique experience!

For more information about Nekromanteio (the Oracle of Deads), just visit my homepage!

Enjoy your holidays!

Re: How to get to Nekyomanteio

by nickandchris

Have you looked at my Sivota page? Tips on this place.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/87f23/65f58/6/

Re: How to get to Nekyomanteio

by nickandchris

Sorry, that link isn't working. Try the actual Sivota page and look under off the beaten track.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/87f23/65f58/

Travel Tips for Parga

Neolithic grave

by JLBG

This kind of grave that looks like a well is named either “well grave” or "oven grave”. They are found all around the Mediterranean and are attributed to the Peslages Sicanes and Iberians. They are very old, 3250 to 4200 BC, which is the end of the Neolithic period !

Romantic location

by sandysmith about Romantica

As its name suggest a romantic restaurant , not far from where we ate our first night but slightly higher, overlooking Voltos Beach. In fact we discovered more restaurants we would have liked to try too but just ran out of days...perhaps a reason to return one day. We enjoyed a plate of warm starters - battered vegetables followed by Lamb Stamina (very tender and tasty although not a huge portion) and Aubergine stuffed with mincemeat - with drinks came to 30 euros.

Small pier in Valthou bay

by JLBG

Valthou bay has a small pier but the water is very shallow and it fits only for local small boats. At the end of the pier stand a few houses and a cafeneion but no other facilities. We preferred to moor at the very end of the beach.

Parga - Greece

by Redpanda7

"Parga - an ideal resort"

In June 2007 my wife and I spent a magnificent two weeks in Parga. A great resort centred around a small harbour where boats go out daily to Paxos, antipaxos and Corfu. The small horseshoe shaped bay is very beautiful with a small Island containing a lovely white church. The Harbourside is lined with Tavernas and cafes and to one side is a small beach. At the other end of the Harbour, on top of the cliff stands an old castle which contains a great cafe-bar where we used to enjoy long lunchtimes drinking Mythos and looking down at the tour and fishing boats coming into and leaving the harbour.

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