The aquamarine waters and the green all around coasts are the most indicative aspects of the Ionian Islands and the coast of Western Greece. The Ionian Islands’ scenery enjoys a great variety: from cosmopolitan ports flocked by visitors to small picturesque villages for those seeking tranquility. The Ionian is among the best destinations for both sailing and motor boats. Winds are not strong in the area and the routes suggested can provide a convenient trip even to particularly small boats. In general, the region’s weather is favorable all the year round, with temperatures being rather high, varying from 20 to 32 centigrades.
Having the marina as a setting out spot, apart from the sea, a visitor may venture in the mainland. The Ancient Nikopolis, Ioannina, Meteora, Karpenisi, Delfi, Olympia and Nafplion are among the suggested itineraries.
Preveza is a seaside city of the Ionian located in the Amvrakikos Gulf with Mediterranean climate, many worth visiting sites, cosmopolitan life and entertainment. It is thus suitable for both excitement and relaxation.
Enjoying the double delta of the rivers Louros and Arachthos along with a lagoon complex, the Amvrakikos Gulf has a rare ecosystem protected by the RAMSAR international treaty.
Eight kilometers north to Preveza is the Ancient Nikopolis built in the first century B.C. by Roman emperor Augustus after his victory over Antony and Cleopatra at Aktion in 31 B.C.