Tour Details

On the beautiful beach of Loutsa we arrive by road early in the morning. Next we will roam the Ionian coastline to the west and meet steep beaches with enchanting seas, large caves and verdant pine-covered mountains with wild beauty.

Transfer Service

Our luxury buses will take you directly to the starting point of our route, Loutsa Beach.

Sea Kayak: Vrachos - Ammoudia – Nekromanteio

We arrive at the beautiful beach of Loutsa by road early in the morning to be able to admire the colors of the dawn and the sea lull. From that point, having done the necessary preparations, we will roam the Ionian coastline to the west and meet steep beaches with enchanting seas, large caves and verdant pine-covered mountains with wild beauty. On the enchanting beaches of Alonaki and Skala, famous for the emerald waters and fine sand we will have our first stop to relax and enjoy swimming and snorkeling.Those who do not like swimming will have the time to go hiking on the peaks of the mountains surrounding the beaches and enjoy the panorama of the Mediterranean landscapes. With the sun behind us, we will cross Odysseus’ bay and then we will hide from his chase behind the steeply steep mountains for a while as Parga comes before us .In the picturesque fishing village of Ammoudia we will end our journey by meeting the mythical River Acheron to flow into its wonderful bay and explore it. In the traditional taverns next to the river we will enjoy our meal or a coffee while on our way back we will have the opportunity to visit the famous archaeological site of Nekromanteio.

Alonaki and Skala

Alonaki and Skala

With the emerald waters and the fine sand, surrounded by lush pine and cypress vegetation, we will relax and enjoy swimming and snorkeling in their turquoise waters with the wonderful underwater rocky seabed.

 

 

 

Sea Kayak

Sea Kayak

Preveza prefecture is one of the most suitable and enjoyable places to explore by canoe. A one-day sea kayaking trip taking place in one of the most unexpectedly beautiful areas in mainland Greece.

 

 

 

 

Nekromanteio

Nekromanteio

Nekromanteio, the most famous oracle of the dead of the ancient Greek world lies near the northwest shores of the Acherousian Lake where Acheron and Kokytos, the rivers of Hades, meet. Ancient literary sources describe the Acherousian Lake as the place where the dead began their descent to Hades. In ancient times the nekromanteion attracted people wishing to meet the souls of the dead, as these were able to foresee the future after having left their body.

Book this Tour

Your Contact Details