Preveza - Tour to Parga & Nekromantion

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PRE 3
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4 - 4 1/2 hours
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Discover the picturesque town of Parga and let yourselves take a journey through Greek mythology by visiting the archaeological site of Nekromantion, once considered the entrance to Hades

We depart from the port of Preveza and will be driving to Parga. We arrive in this picturesque town, amphitheatrically built. It is surrounded by small coves, beaches, islets and hills. We shall visit its Venetian castle. It is estimated that it was built round the 14th century after the treaty that pargians signed with the Venetians (to prevent its conquest by Turks), which made Parga a Venetian possession.

After Parga we are heading to the arc. Site of Nekromantion. Nekromantion, a sacred place in the valley of the Acheron river, is situated near the village of Mesopotamo. Its aura of mystery was enhanced in ancient times by the conviction that it was one of the entrances to “Hades”. We shall visit the site and Museum of Nekromantion.

After visiting to Nekromantion and its museum we shall have some free time and then we rejoin the bus to drive back to Preveza and to the ship.

Inclusions

-         transportation by deluxe, air-conditioned vehicle, late-model

(bus, minibus or taxi, according to your group’s size)

-         professional driver

-         insurance cover during transfers by vehicle

-         licensed English-speaking guide * (concerns “with guide” rate only)

-         all taxes

-         identification sign with your name on it

-         mobile contact number for any emergency, available 24/7

* guides in other languages available, upon request

Exclusions

-         entrance fees (paid by you on the spot)

Step 1

Your tour starts from the port of Preveza 

Step 2

Visit of Parga

Step 3

Visit of the Archaelogical site of Nekromantion

Step 4

Visit of the museum of Nekromantion

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