The sights in Parga are several as well as and in the surrounding areas.
Starting with the enchanting island in the entrance of the city and the harbor called Panagia's island, because of the small homonymous church that exists on it.
Following is the castle of Parga, which was built on the top of the cape. The need for protection against the invaders was the reason to build this castle and become an integral part of the Souliotes and Pargians who fought for their freedom. It is accessible from traditional narrow streets and there you can enjoy a stunning view while drinking your coffee.
The castle of Ali Pasha is another attraction of Parga and is located between the villages Anthousa and Agia. Built on a top and facing the castle of Parga, it was built from Ali Pasha under the supervision of an Italian engineer calld Monteleone as a base during the siege of Parga.
Τhe Ecclesiastical Museum is located in the city center. It has a rich collection that includes two Gospels of the 17th century. Panagia Vlaherna, Panagia Panagiopoula and Panagia Odigitria are some of the priceless images that you will find there along with two copies Epitaph monk of Mount Athos dating in 1600. The famous banner of Parga which depicts the Virgin Mary with the Divine Child who has been painted with oil on both sides with obvious scars from bullets of the Turks is also found in the museum.
By taking the boat you can visit the beach of Agios Sostis in a majestic landscape with turquoise waters. Steps carved in rock can lead you from the sea to the chapel of Agios Sostis which is curiously built between two encrusted rocks leaving visitos a shiver feeling.
Leaving Parga, just a few km away near the village Mesopotamos you will meet the unique oracle of antiquity called Nekromanteio Acherontato which was built in the 5th century BC and is well preserved and impressive. According to the ancients at this point was the one gate of Hades and was a point at which, after an appropriate preparation, someone could communicate with the underworld.
The Acheron springs is the next attraction and is named so because of the many waters which originate from the village Gliki and fall into the riverbed. This place is incredible and there is no coincidence that the ancients had chosen is as the entrance to the underworld.
Finally the mouth of Acheron is a place where you can visit by boat and you can go up the river nearly up to oracle.
The Acheron and generally the area is included in the Natura 2000 European network of protected areas.