Preveza is the capital of the homonymous prefecture and one of the harbors of Epirus. It is known for Ancient Nicopolis, Acheron River and the Necromanteion (Oracle of the Dead). Stuated on the southern tip of the prefecture which has a wedge-like shape t ends in a peninsula with two arms stretching across the entrance to the Ambracian Gulf.
From the city one may reach coasts of the Ionian Sea and beaches which stretch to a total length of over 50 km -just a short distance from the Preveza-Igoumenitsa motorway- as well as the Ambracian Gulf with its numerous lagoons to its north side with the nearby estuaries of Louros and Arachthos known for their exceptional ecological interest.
Preveza ""breathes"" thanks to the Ambracian Gulf, an ecosystem of extraordinary biological, ecological and aesthetical value, as well as the Ionian coasts and the surrounding forests. Today, the city is developing into a modern administrative, economic and cultural center of a wider area, while at the same time preserving its green character.
Beautiful, traditional buildings adorn the port and the historical center while the pedestrian walkways and cobblestone streets lined with popular taverns and cafès are reminiscent of the islands. The city’s rich intellectual and artistic activities include frequent conferences, exhibitions and festivals.
Large, sandy beach, close enough to the town of Preveza, about 5 km Shortly after the Cote d'Azur, Kalamitsi offers wonderful addition to the shade of eucalyptus trees, a beach. Aimed at tourists, but is also ideal for families as the water is clean and fairly shallow.
Though it continued Artolithia, located further south towards the root, due to the orientation of the dam and creating some big rocks parallel to the coast, making it an ideal retreat for those long afternoons catching waves. It is organized and should care for the necessities.