Camping Panorama is an ideal choice as it offers a great combination of place and price which makes it a “value for money choice for those who want to explore the surrounding area and discover the beauty of Epirus.

Archaeological site of Nikopolis

Ancient Nikopolis is extended in an area of 900 acres in the peninsula of Preveza, on the southwest side of Epirus, 10km far from Preveza.Nowadays, the magnificent monuments of the region are still irrefutable witnesses of thousands years of life of Ancient Nikopolis. At the (forest suburb) ‘en alsi proastio”, we can still find the installations of the Aktia Games: the Theatre, the Stadium, the Gymnasium and the Augustus Monument on the sacred hill. The prestigious Early Christian Walls, the necropolis, the aqueduct dominate along the way, while at the city centre, all the ways lead to “vassilospito”, the Basilica A’ of Doumetios, with its beautiful mosaic decoration, the Odeon, the mansion of “Manios Antoninos”. Most of the monuments are open to the public by appointment.

Archaeological site of Cassope

Cassope, capital of Cassopaea, was built before the mid-4th century BC, in a naturally fortified location, within a plateau, at an altitude of 550-650 m, on the slopes of Zalongo, in order to protect the fertile plain extended on the southern part by Helian colonists. Today at the archaeological site of Cassope, there are some works in progress, so as to improve and enhance the central part of the city, as well as the grand theatre. When they are going to be implemented, the visitor will be able to have a complete overview over the urban organization and functioning of a Hellenistic city. The archaeological site of Cassopeis extended on an area of about 35 acres, 27 km far from Preveza.

Pantokratoras castle

Pantokratoras is a coastal settlement on the North West of Preveza. It is 400 m off the exit of the underwater tunnel Preveza- Aktio and it was founded by refugees after the Asia Minor disaster.Inside the castle, on the east part of the south wing, a small temple, dedicated to the memory of Agioi Anargyroi is erected.
The main internal square seems to be the initial core of the fortress, while the ornate sea bastion is a posterior construction.
We must point out that later, the castle was used as a prison by the Greek Government. The prison’s construction with the prisoners’ halls and the auxiliary rooms are on the south west wing of the castle. A big balcony of reinforced concrete is erected inside the internal yard, connecting the cells with the rooms of Prison Administration, situated over the east wing of the fortress.

Open air Ethnographic Museum of Flamboura

Along the National Road of Preveza – Ioannina, at the district of Flamboura, in a wooded area, there is a construction of “a sheepfold of Sarakatsanoi build on the pasture”,that represents a traditional settlement of Sarakatsanoi, equipped with all the necessary installations of that time, as well as with all the suitable housewares. There, the meeting at “Cheimadia” (on the pasture) takes place. That events lasts for two days at the end of August. The place is open to the visitors every Sunday, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm after contacting Mr. Ch. Pashos (6973029905). It is open since 2008.

Roman aqueduct of Nikopolis

On the north side of the valley of Louros, close to Agios Georgios village, north of Filippiada, the roman aqueduct of ancient Nikopolis dominates. The Roman Aqueduct travels a distance of around 50km, leaving its mark to Rizovouni, Thesprotiko, Stefani, Skala Louros, Sfinoto, Oropos, Archaggelos – Nea Sinopi and Nikopoli.Fixing and restoration work was carried out from 1978 to 1980 by the XII Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, at the foundations of the bridge’s archs, close to Louros springs, to Agios Georgios of Preveza.

Zalongo Monument

It is the famous historic place at the so called mountain that became a symbol to love for freedom. This is a unique event in world history. At this place in 1803 when Souli, after many years of fights, finally fell to Ali Pasha, 63 women with their children in arms, fell off the rock singing and dancing, with their children, choosing to die free instead of surrender to Turkish conqueror. Up from there, dancing and singing, they fell with their children into the abyss so as to avoid being enslaved. This monument is a symbol so as to commemorate the sacrifice of Souliotisses women, which was erected there in 1961, fundraised by Greeks (sculptor G. Zoggopoulos, architect P. Karantinos), and you can reach it if you walk up the 410 stairs, starting from the monastery of Agios Dimitrios. This the place where many festive events take place every year on the second Sunday of August (Zaloggeia).