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This is the climate diagram in Préveza. This year, August will have higher average temperatures. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 6°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Cleopatra and Ambracian caviar await at Preveza holiday lettings
Where the Ambracian Gulf meets the sea, Preveza welcomes you. Holiday lettings here are positioned amid Roman ruins, perfect beaches, promenades clustered with cafés, and some of Greece's most enthralling cultural attractions.
Preveza is a seafood fan's paradise. While special dishes of the area include baked sardines, red mullet, and shrimp, the major local speciality is bottarga, the 'caviar' of the Ambracian Gulf.
Superb fish tavernas line the promenades of the town, overlooking its sparkling harbour. Sit and learn about the naval battle of Actium, which took place right here in the gulf. Octavian's victory made him Roman Emperor, one of the most powerful men in the world.
Discover Preveza's naval castle
The Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis contains ancient antiquities, including sculptures from the ancient city. Pore over fascinating artefacts describing the rich history of this waterside town of wonders.
Agios Charalampos Church is filled with sacred paintings dating back to 1780. You can also see imposing Pantokratoras Castle and its chapel, which were constructed by Ali Pasha in 1807 to oversee the entrance to the Ambracian Gulf.
Satan and Cleopatra
On the fringes of Preveza, the Roman emperor Augustus met Cleopatra in the ancient city of Nikopolis. You can still visit the site today, and ponder the world-changing words that were exchanged here. The city was founded in honor of a major naval battle in 31 BCE, and it was revamped by Emperor Justinian centuries later. Explore extensive ruins and two churches from the fifth and sixth centuries.
Visit the spectacular Seitan Bazaar, which spans a cobbled alley in the city. Here, you can sip traditional Greek ouzo amid atmospheric surroundings. The bazaar derives its name from the Turkish occupation of the city, during which one of the soldiers is said to have shouted 'Seitan Bazaar!' (Satan's Bazaar).
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