The city of Paramythia lies in the county Thesprotia in Epirus. The town’s area reaches about the 79,200 acres, while it’s population about 10,000. Paramythia was a small Byzantine town built in 1,000 B.C. Lies simile to an amphitheatre at the altitude of 750 m, at Korila’s mountain foothill, between the Acheron and Kalamas rivers.Paramythia, with the narrow streets, most of them are traditional, with the houses that are very close to each other and the red tiled roofs, with the old plane-trees and the street market at the centre is a picturesque and amazing settlement for every visitor. It still keeps its traditional colour. It is surrounded by green forests with trees that are in leaf while in its feet lies the long green plain of Kokitos with the trim gardens and the fruit-bearing trees. Among the city’s attractions you can see the Byzantine bath, the Koulia tower, the castle of Paramythia and the Elea’s castle, the unique for it’s structure watch, while you’ll never forget the thesprotian highlands, at the Souli village, but also the near littoral regions as Parga, Syvota, Perdika..