Vrachos Holidays Hotel offers guests a peaceful and relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Our hotel is located in a stunning location on the shores of the Ionian Sea, offering breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding landscape. Our guests can enjoy the warm sun and clear waters of the Ionian Sea on our private beach.
We offer a range of comfortable rooms, each designed with your comfort and convenience in mind. Our rooms are equipped with all the modern amenities you need to make your stay as enjoyable as possible, including air conditioning, a private bathroom, and a balcony or terrace with sea views.
Our guests can start their day with a delicious breakfast, served in our on-site restaurant. Our restaurant offers a range of local and international dishes, made from the freshest ingredients. Whether you're in the mood for a light snack or a three-course meal, our restaurant has something for everyone.
In addition to the fantastic food and comfortable accommodation, our hotel also offers a range of activities and facilities for guests to enjoy. We also offer a range of water sports and excursions, so you can make the most of your time on the Ionian Sea.
At Vrachos Holidays Hotel, we are dedicated to making your stay as enjoyable and comfortable as possible. Our friendly and professional staff are always on hand to answer any questions and provide you with the help and support you need. So why wait? Book your stay with us today and experience the ultimate in relaxation and comfort!
Acheron River in Parga, Epirus: The springs of Acheron River is an area of outstanding natural beauty located at the border of Thesprotia and Preveza, close to the villages of Kanalaki and Glyki. Apart from the natural beauty, the springs of Acheron is known worldwide for its mythological contents. In ancient Greek mythology, Acheron was one of the five rivers of the Greek underworld.
The most famous nekromanteion (or nekyomanteion), or oracle of the dead, of the ancient Greek world lies near the northwest shores of the Acherousian Lake, where Acheron and Kokytos, the rivers of Hades, meet. Ancient literary sources describe the Acherousian Lake as the place where the dead began their descent to Hades, and associate Ephyra, the Epirote city located further north, with the ancient cult of the god of death.