Parga Food Guide

Are you hooked on these picturesque Positano views and just can’t get over them, but don’t like the crowds that come with them? Than Parga is your place. This little village has these cute little houses which come in all sorts of shapes and colors. And from the water, you have this amazing view over the city. Love it. I could literally sit here for hours. But after a day of exploring this town and it’s beautiful green surroundings we still have to fill our tummies with some lovely greek food. And I’ve got it all covered for you and I’ll be showing where to eat in Parga.

 

Parga Food Guide

 

Parga Food Guide Greece

 

I’ll be showing you around Parga, and of course I’ll be sharing my favorite hotspots in this Parga Food Guide. Because there is one thing I love the most. And that’s the fact that they all use local and fresh ingredients. Now that’s what I call sustainable!

 

Parga Food Guide Greece

Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece
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KRIONERI BEACH – GOLFO BEACH TAVERNA

Krioneri Beach is a beautiful beach and only a short walk from the city centre. But it’s so small that it’s easy to miss it. That’s probably one of the reasons why it’s so peaceful over here and it has romantic vibes all over. Next to the beach you’ll find one restaurant, and it’s a good one, I promise. They serve traditional Greek dishes, and they are so good that we came back for more.

Address: Parga 480 60, Griekenland.

 

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Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece

 

ISLAND TAPAS BAR

Parga has this cute little boulevard, and if you travel to Parga in the low season, you’ll be able to enjoy your walks without a ton of tourists. If you walk down the boulevard, towards the ruins of the fort, you’ll see a few small fisher boats and beautiful rocks. Here you will find the spot where many of the Parga pictures are taken. This is also the place where the Island Tapas Bar is located and they made a yummy vegan cappuccino with coconut milk and some fresh juices. A much needed refreshment after walking (climbing) the streets of Parga. Because the small and cute streets can be very steep.

Address: Parga 480 60, Griekenland

 

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Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece

 

CASTELLO

That night I was invited to come over and have diner at the cute patio of Castello, one of the best restaurants in town. The restaurant is a hidden pearl because it’s not located at a main street. But despite that, Castello is always fully booked. So if you want a taste of Castello’s beautiful traditional Greek dishes or wines (they have an impressive wine cellar) make sure you’ll make a reservation.

Address: 4 Ag. Apostolon st., Parga 480 60, Griekenland

 

Parga Food Guide Greece

Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece

 

CORAL BEACH BAR – LICHNOS BEACH

If you are planning on visiting Parga, make sure to rent a car for a day or two. The surroundings are beautiful, surprisingly green and the nearby beaches are breathtaking. My mom and I (the lucky person who I got to take with me on this press trip) decided to take a small appetizer on our way back into town after spending the day in nature. We headed to Lichnos Beach and found ourselves a cute table near the beach. I always find beaches so calming, so it was a treat coming here. The appetizer was delicious and we where kind of sad we couldn’t stay for more.

Address: Lichnos Beach, Parga Griekenland

 

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Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece
Parga Food Guide Greece

 

SAKIS

But luckily the restaurant that we where invited to have diner that night was not disappointing at all. Sakis is a traditional Greek restaurant run by a lovely family. They are so passionate about cooking and the Greek kitchen, so every meal had a great and unique taste. The restaurant is located at a cute little spot at the top of Parga. It was a treat to have diner here during sunset, and had an amazing view over Valtos Beach, only a few steps from the restaurant. And after sunset they light up all these candles which made the night even more romantic.

Address: Patatoukou Themeli, Parga, Griekenland

 

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THE 5 SENSES

The 5 Senses is one of the best rated restaurants in Parga. Unfortunately it was to dark inside to take good quality pictures, so you’ll have to trust me on this one. This is even the restaurant that invited us to have breakfast every morning, and the place where we used to get a drink before going to bed. For diner they serve traditional Greek recipes, but with a modern twist. And they tasted so damn good. My mom had the best moussaka in her life. So we can’t wait to go back!

Address: Parga 480 60, Griekenland

 

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Sunset in Parga Greece
Sunset in Parga Greece

 

To Souli

We ended our trip with a diner at the sea. This is one of the most touristic places in town and that made us feel a little more unwelcome to be honest. The service and the food where nice though, good even, but not great. The prices are slightly higher at the water comparing to the other places we had diner. But the views are stunning though, especially during sunset.

Address: Parga 480 60, Griekenland

 

 

Where to eat in Parga

So I recommend to do your research, and not to stay near the boulevard when you are in Parga. The meals are great for lunch or a diner or two, but if you want a real taste of Parga and the unique flavors the fresh ingredients have to offer, I suggest to pick your restaurants wisely. Use TripAdvisor to show you around. And I hope I helped you pick a few restaurants for your next visit!

 

Have you been to Greece before?

 

 

Yours sincerely Linda

 

 

 

 

 

For this Parga Food Guide I teamed up with ILoveGriekenland.nl, ILoveGreece and Tui. And I especially want to thank the New Trade association of Parga, Hotel Association of Parga, Restaurant Association of Parga and Villa Fotis for making my stay unforgettable.

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7 Comments

  1. August 7, 2018 / 09:18

    Amazing pictures! And super nice that you’ve put the adress to every location. When I’m in Greese I will for sure visit some of these places.

  2. August 7, 2018 / 10:26

    Lokaal en vers! Dat klinkt inderdaad fantastisch. En gezond!

  3. August 7, 2018 / 11:07

    Wat een mooie reis heb je gemaakt! Prachtige foto’s, daardoor wil ik sowieso al gaan. Mooie dingen gezien en vooral lekker gegeten! OMG!

  4. August 7, 2018 / 13:24

    jeetje het lijkt wel een fotoboek. Wat een boel foto’s zeg. En wat ziet alles er mooi ( en lekker ) uit

  5. August 7, 2018 / 14:57

    Mag ik je een dikke proficiat wensen met de stijl van je blog en je foto’s! erg mooi!

    • conveythetravel
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      August 9, 2018 / 10:25

      Dank je wel Stefaan, wat een mooie reactie van jou!

  6. August 8, 2018 / 12:11

    Ik ben om eerlijk te zijn nog nooit in griekenland geweest, maar het ziet er zo mooi uit! En je schitterende foto’s maken het zelfs nog véél mooier dan het waarschijnlijk al is. Als we weer eens naar het buitenland gaan, zou dit wel een optie voor me zijn.
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