I. Kalou & Th. Papageorgiou Sq. – Preveza +30 26820 27381
DIONI BOUTIQUE HOTEL
BEACHES
  • 1. Kyani Akti beach
  • 2. Alonaki beach
  • 3. Monolithi beach
EXPLORE
  • 1. Nikopolis
  • 2. Necromanteion of Acheron
  • 3. Cassope
NATURAL BEAUTY
  • 1. Ambracian Gulf
  • 2. Acheron river
VISIT
  • 1. Parga
  • 2. Lefkas
  • 3. Sivota

BEST LOCATION IN PREVEZA

Dioni boutique hotel is located at the heart of Preveza. Preveza, located just 3km from Aktion Airport, has a lot to offer its visitors, from its picturesque historic centre to beautiful beaches and unique sites of historical and natural interest. Dioni Boutique Hotel sits right inside the city’s historic centre, home to lovingly preserved buildings in the traditional architectural style, and excellent tavernas and restaurants.

If you enjoy a swim, Kyani Akti beach is just a short walk away, or you can travel along the coastline outside of Preveza and be spoilt for choice by the numerous enticing beaches. A visit to the ancient city of Nikopolis, founded in 29 BC by Caesar Augustus in commemoration of his victory over Anthony and Cleopatra, is a definite must.

If you enjoy an action-packed stay, the area offers a wealth of options, from kayaking in the Ambracian Gulf to horseback riding and much more. The picturesque towns of Parga and Sivota and the lovely island of Lefkada are just short drives away – and these are only a few of the options that Preveza has to offer as a destination!

USEFUL DISTANCES

AKTION INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (PVK), 6 KM
Sightseeing Suggestions
Nikopolis Ancient City
In just 8 km from Preveza there is Nikopolis, established after the momentous naval battle at Actium on 31 BC. The archaeological site is a lush green landscape; on the edge of the site stands the Archeological Museum of Nikopolis, which houses important finds and relics.
Alonaki beach
An amazing small beach at an enclosed bay with turquoise waters. The beach has small pebbles and is surrounded by a rocky landscape. Very close to Necromanteion of Acheron archaeological site.
Necromanteion of Acheron
The Necromanteion of Acheron was the most ancient and renowned temple of necromancy in Greece and believed that it was on the gates to the underworld. The first reference is from Homer in his Odyssey.