Visiting the museum of olives and tasting is in itself a unique journey of acquiring knowledge. The fact that the old olive oil factory is set in one of the most beautiful parts of north-west Greece, Parga, contrives to make this the ideal place for a visit.
The small island of the Virgin Mary, narrow cobbled streets, traditional alleys, the legendary Acheron River and Necromandeio from Homer’s time, combine to make this an idyllic spot. Built amphitheatrically on the outskirts of the Venetian castle and influenced by Ionian Island architecture, Parga is an excellent traditional town of rare beauty.
It is no accident that it is one of the most popular destinations for summer holidays and day excursions, not only on account of its natural beauty, but because of the distinct aura that surrounds it – a result of its long history and the hospitality of its people..