Parga (18 km from Karavostasi).Parga is a great traditional settlement built amphitheatrical next to the sea. The small island of Panagia, the narrow cobbled streets, the traditional 'alleys' the flowery neighborhoods and the traditional taverns give their own color in the idyllic landscape of Parga.Acheron (40 km 45 minutes from Karavostasi),Acheron River from its source to its delta, creates unique landscapes with great ecological and natural interest. The river is navigable from its mouth until Mesopotamos - Nekromantio. Both the mouth and the narrow parts of the river form remarkable ecosystems that have been included in the protected areas of the network Natura 2000,,Sivota (11 km from Karavostasi),,Sivota is a picturesque seaside village on the southern prefecture of Thesprotia, built in a small, secluded bay. It is known for the battle of the Corinthians and Thesprotians, against the Corfu that took place in 433 BC during the Peloponnesian War. During the Ottoman Empire it was called Mourtos from the name of the ship owner, who depredated passing merchant ships. This name remained until 1959.
Sivota is an attraction for a large number of tourists. The green islands Saint Nicholas and Black Mountain, which surround the village are accessible by boat and all the beaches are crystal clear : Mikri Amos and Mega Amos, Pisina, Galikos Molos , Zavia, Megalo Stafo.