Adams Hotel

Adam’s Hotel is anchored into the hillside above Parga Town and it’s surrounded by greenery and groves of silvery olive trees.

The swimming pool’s surrounded by exotic flowers and is sunk into a paved sun terrace that’s sprinkled with loungers and parasols. At one end, there’s even a splash area for children.

The restaurant is also poolside and the breakfast spread includes sweet and savoury options. In the evening, you can expect Greek and Mediterranean-inspired dishes.

When you want to escape the sun, a line-up of fussball, table tennis and billiards tables can be found inside.

Overview of Parga Town

If you’re looking for a Greek holiday where you’re also surrounded by character and history, a holiday to Parga is a great choice.

The beaches are the stars of the show in this idyllic part of mainland Greece. The waterfront’s incredibly pretty and the food is some of the best in the country. When you stay at Adam’s Hotel, you can experience the best of island living without ever stepping foot on a boat.

Whether you’d like to wander the storied streets of the old town, dive into the water or sip a cocktail and admire the views, you can in Parga Town.

Things to do in Parga Town

Adam’s Hotel is a 15-minute downhill walk away from the pastel-painted houses and traditional tavernas in the town centre of Parga. The hotel also runs a free shuttle bus that will whisk you there in a couple of minutes. In the narrow alleys, you’ll come across family-run meze bars, old churches and beautiful stores.

Town Beach is also just a couple of minutes’ walk away from the centre. The small size of the islet makes it a particularly picturesque setting for a day on the sand. With a holiday to Parga Town, you can enjoy a chilled stay on Greece’s mainland away from the crowds.


Resort Summary

You’ll find several fabulous beaches that are well worth a visit during Parga holidays. Consider heading to Valtos, which is two kilometres from Parga, where a long, fine sand and pebbled beach is surrounded by lush greenery. The most popular beach besides Valtos is Lichnos, another large bay with facilities fit for tourists.

Town Beach is just a walking distance from the town centre. Like the previous two, it is organized with chairs and umbrellas. The small size of the islet makes for a picturesque setting. The houses in Parga are constructed along the slopes of a mountain, in such a way that you can get good views of the sea.

The beautiful ruins of a Venetian castle can be seen at the top of a hill above the town of Parga, and a green islet with a white church stands at the mouth of the port. The amazing clear water on beaches makes them ripe for envy-inducing holiday snaps.