Best hotels and hostels in Parga

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    Set back from the main street, Galini is pleasantly quiet. The style is no-frills in a good way: simple rooms are sparely furnished and have big balconies. The upper floor has a bit of a water view, though you're about a five-minute walk from the seafront.

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    Tucked in among the shady alleyways of Parga's old town, Hotel Acropol occupies an old home, with eight lovely rooms. From fine wrought-iron balconies to rustic handmade furniture, the details are well chosen, and the kindly owner ensures a relaxing stay. The only drawback is the lack of a view, but it's great for those who like a historic atmosphere.

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    Perched at the top edge of town, Acrothea has several levels stepping down the steep hillside, giving nearly all of its rooms an excellent view of the bay. The style is vaguely Italianate (tassels and taffeta) but very clean and comfortable. The same family runs Byzantio on Valtos Beach, another nice option. If driving, park on the main road.

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    Valtos Beach Hotel

    With 82 rooms, this place is large, but has none of the isolation of a resort. It's a short walk down to the beach, and many rooms have balconies overlooking the water. The decor is all clean lines and calm colours; the beds are good, and the bathrooms well equipped. The restaurant has good salads and decently priced Greek food.

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    Directly facing Krioneri Beach, these seven studio apartments couldn't be in a better spot – you can go for a swim before breakfast! The furnishings are simple and the balconies huge. Each studio has a kitchenette and a fridge. On the ground floor is a cafe, where breakfast and good coffee await.

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    Valtos Camping

    This tidy campground is set amid orange trees about 100m back from busy Valtos Beach. It has a restaurant, supermarket and – for the tent-averse – bungalows with kitchenette, TV and air-con. It's a steep 15-minute walk from central Parga (or a five-minute drive).

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    Enjoy Lichnos Bay Village

    This large property splits its land between studio apartments and a few rows of campsites, shaded by olive trees. You have easy access to pretty Lichnos Beach, a bay that feels like your own private hideaway, edged by steep hills. There's laundry, a taverna and a mini market.

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    Salvator Villas & Spa Hotel

    Luxurious Salvator overlooks the coast from the main road, 2.5km east of Parga. Some suites have private pools; villas have two bedrooms, kitchenette and terrace. There's also a central outdoor pool. Free shuttle buses go into town throughout the day, though the quality restaurant and spa mean you don't have to leave. Sunset views from the bar are intoxicating.

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    Bang in the town centre, Hotel Paradise is slightly worn, with smallish but comfortable rooms, and balconies that look onto the main street or over the little pool out back.