Hi there. Haven't been to Parga for a few years now
but it is definitely on my list of places to visit; hopefully this year!) The last time we went, there were 3 families with 5 kids between us, ages, 11, 12, 14, 16 & 16. Our kids loved it; we were amazed because there's no 'entertainment' as such. They used to love walking into town together for a snack (very safe), swimming to the island from the town beach, train to Ali Pashas castle, boat to Valtos beach. We hired a jeep for 3 days and visited Acheron Springs where you walk/swim up the river . Don't forget plastic shoes cos the pebbles are very painful on your feet. We made the mistake of taking rucksacks which got immersed in the water cos you have to swim in some places. One guy had a tiny paddling pool about 20" diameter and he put his bag in that and pushed it upstream. Great idea. We also did the raft thing down the river which the kids loved. We visited Ammoudia where the beach and restaurants were brilliant (you can also take a trip on the river here). We visited Ioannina one Sunday where it was great to see the Greek familes out for lunch (sheep and pigs on spits in some restaurants which had the kids in fits) . Our favourite restaurants in Parga were Baccos on the front and Dokos (Don is brilliant) Filomila (up near the castle) 5 senses at the Alfa Hotel and Peveroli. Favourite bars: Loads (too many to mention). There are many historic sights such as the Nekromanteion the most important dead oracle of ancient Greece, the well-preserved Roman city of Nicopolis, built after the victory of Hadrian over Anthony and Cleopatra at the Sea-Battle of Actium and the largest ancient Greek theatre in Dodoni. Not forgetting a trip on the Marco Polo with Billy to Paxos. Sorry for going on but I love Parga and I want to go back now!!!