First time in Preveza
Preveza is not such a popular tourist destination in Serbia, but it has a lot to offer.
The town itself is very nice and authentic, especially with its old city core, which is located near the large marina.
It is located in the Amvrakikos Bay which makes it special, because this bay is a natural reserve and is very interesting for cruising. Cruise in this bay is one of the obligatory activities that you have to try during your holiday in Preveza or somewhere nearby. At this cruise, you will have the opportunity to see flocks of adult dolphins as well as their young cubs.
Aheron River is certainly one of the most interesting tourist attractions and visiting the river or even better kayaking down the river will remain one of your unforgettable memories.
Be sure to visit the Kyani Acts with natural shade along the beach, which is suitable for children, shallow waters and sand.
Visit the following beaches nearby Ammoudia, Alonaki Fanariou, Monoliths in the town Kanali and the obligatory beach Vrachos-Loutsa which is one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Epirus.
Of course, you should also visit Parga during the day to swim at the beach Valtos or Lichnos and afternoon to reach the Byzantine fort and to take a walk in this very picturesque town.
From Preveza you have the opportunity to visit Lefkada easily and we recommend you to do it. The capital of Lefkada, Lefkas, is only half an hour away and is great for evening walks, while the west coast of Lefkada is famous for its beautiful beaches, so we recommend you to visit it by car that is more complicated and takes time or you can visit it by organized excursions from Preveza.
Preveza and its surroundings are witnesses of significant historical events and you can see it by archaeological sites from ancient times, as well as museums. We recommend you to visit the Ancient city of Nikopolis, which is located near the city of Preveza, and then the Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis.
Preveza is a great city for one active holiday.
Preveza is in Greece, not Serbia!