Rooms and facilities:
Our hotel offers 50 rooms in total including 4 maisonettes, 3 bungalows and a family room. All the rooms are equipped with air conditioner, fully equipped bathroom, satelite TV, telephone, fridge and they all have spacious balconies or verandas with a view to the town, the gardens or the hotel swimming pool.
The swimming pool and the pool bar:
In our swimming pool, you will have the opportunity to enjoy your swim and have a refreshing drink or a light snack at the pool bar, as well as tasty meals, ideal for the summer moments of relaxation. Apart from the swimming pool, there’s also a beach in a short distance from the hotel, where you can enjoy dives to the turquoise waters of the Ionian Sea. There is a small chapel at the hotel dedicated to the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary, where one can pray feeling the serenity the place gives away.
Bacoli Hotel is an ideal destination for those who seek distinctive holidays in a particularly friendly environment, where you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy unique excursions to the nature and the area around.
• Air conditioning
• Coffee shop
• Conference facilities
• Doctor on call
• Exercise gym
• Health club
• Internet services
• Late check-out available
• Outdoor parking
• Outdoor pool
• Poolside snack bar
• Room service
• Safe deposit box
• Satellite TV lounge
• Fitness center on-site
Single Room: 45,00€ & 60,00€,
Double Room: 60,00€ - 100,00€,
Excursions and Sights in the area around:
While staying at our hotel in Parga, you can visit all the sights in the regions around. The most important are:
Nekromandio (Oracle of the dead)
The ancient city Efyra, which flourished in the 5th and the 6th centuries BC, was built near the village of Mesopotamos, in the confluence of the river Acheron and its tributary Kokytos. The city became known due to Nekromandion, a building of the 5th century BC. The visitors came from all over the known world to this unique oracle, where they could contact their dead after a long-lasting stay and rituals of initiation. Among the ruins one can see today corridors, rooms, the central underground chamber, pots etc.
The river Acheron, from its springs to its mouth creates unique landscapes, which have a particular ecological and naturalistic interest. The river is navigable until Mesopotamos - Nekromanteion. Not only the river mouth, but also the narrows of Acheron form a remarkable ecosystem, which is included in the protected by the network "Natura 2000" areas.
Kassopi, the main city of Kassopea, was built in the first half of the 4th century BC in a naturally fortified location, in a plateau at an altitude of 550 - 650 m on Zalogo mountainsides, in order to protect the fertile plain stretching to the south, from the exploitation of the Eleian colonists. The city developed greatly during the 3rd century BC, when large public buildings and many private houses were built. The city had its own mint as well. This prosperity lasted until 168 BC. In 167 BC it was destroyed by the Romans.
The archaeological site of Nikopolis is situated 7km north-east of Preveza, in a verdant location. The city was founded by Octavian Augustus in commemoration of his victory over Anthony and Cleopatra at the sea battle at Actium in 31 BC. Octavian made sure the city and the surroundings were decorated with imposing public buildings and other public works such as the theatre, the Nymphaeum, the Thermae, the Odeum, the Gymnasium, the Aqueduct, the monument of Augustus. The impressive Byzantine walls and the mosaic floors of the Basilicas of Doumetios and Alkison evidence the glory of the city at the first Christian ages.
The visitor can reach and admire the monument having climbed the 410 steps, which begin from the Monastery of St. Demetrios. In this location, in 1803, when Souli fell into the hands of Ali Pasha after a long-lasting struggle, 63 women with their children in their arms fell off the rock singing and dancing, declaring that way that they preferred to die rather than surrender to the Ottoman conqueror. An imposing monument was erected there in 1961 with fund -raising as a symbol and to the memory of the sacrifice of the women from Souli.
Paxi islands is a complex of islands and skerries, the most important are Paxos and Antipaxos islands. Paxos and Antipaxos are a province of the Prefecture of Corfu and together they constitute the Municipality of Paxos. The islands are located south of the island of Corfu (7 miles from Cavo Bianco) in the Ionian Sea. Paxi are 12 miles from Parga and they are a very interesting destination for the visitor of Parga. You will find many small ports, crystal clear beaches, picturesque villages and also interesting geological formations such as caves and other.
The origination of the sanctuary, which is known for its panhellenic radiance, date to the Age of Bronze (2600 - 1200 BC). At first the sanctuary was in the open air and it was dedicated to the cult of the Big Goddess, the goddess of fertility, which was later replaced by the cult of Zeus Dodoneus. The priests were giving the oracles by listening to the sounds the tripods around Figos were making, the sacred oak tree of Zeus. The Naia, noted panhellenic games, were taking place there in his honor. In the 4th century BC, the fist temple, the Sacred House, begun to build. However, the Sanctuary was fully renovated in the 3rd century BC during the kingship of Pyrros. It was the same period that the Prytaneum, the Bouleuterion and the Theatre, which is one of the biggest ancient theatres (of about17000 seats), were built.
Zagori is an individual geographical and cultural union of 46 traditional villages divided into three regions, east, central and west Zagori. The region is a combination of pine and fir trees scattered around, crystal clear waters, scenic stone bridges, old mansion houses, beautiful churches and luxuriant vegetation. An area with important fauna and flora, of the richest ones in Greece, not only considering the number but also the rare species it includes. Zagori is a refuge for the bear, the deer, the wild goat, the wold boar, the jackal, etc.
Perama cave is one of the most important Greek caves. It is located in the centre of the homonymous settlement. The cave formed 1.400.000 years ago in the internal of the hill Goritsa and was accidentally revealed in 1940. In the internal, labyrinthine corridors are formed with stalactites and stalagmites, which create a magical world of shapes. The cave extends in an area of 14800 square meters, however the tourist route is 1100m in all and lasts for about 45 minutes.
Above Kalambaka, the rocky formations of Meteora, perhaps the most impressive geological phenomena on earth, rise created by the depositions of a big river (maybe Aliakmon) at the Cenozoic Era (60 million years BC). Twenty-four monasteries at first and seven today continue to attract thousands of visitors.