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Our Guide to Preveza

Preveza Marina

The main marina in Preveza is pretty much in the heart of the cosmopolitan town.  It offers space for over 300 yachts, as well as all the usual mod-cons like wifi, a restaurant or bar and a mini-market, as well as a laundry station, a play area for the kids, and car rental for if you’d like to explore a little further afield on land. 

A brand-new toilet and shower block was built in 2016, so the facilities are clean, and modern.


Located close to Lefkas (and now easily linked by Greece’s first underwater tunnel), Preveza is fast becoming a tourist destination in its own right – particularly with travellers who arrive via low-cost airlines at the nearby airport. 

The town and beaches are a little more relaxed than its nearby sister, and the less raucous atmosphere (and proximity to ancient sites) make it ideal for people who enjoy a little culture with their sunshine.

Things to see and do

Preveza offers an interesting and unusual mix of architecture, and it is optimally located for exploring the Roman ruins of Nicopolis (Once the Capital of Roman Greece) and Greek Kassope (which is a magnificent Greek hilltop village which pre-dates 400 BC) which are only a handful of kilometres away. 

Preveza obviously has a bustling Marina, which is shared with local fishermen – which means it also offers exquisite and fresh sea-food.  There’s also a number of beautiful beaches – not least Monolithi beach, which is 5km down the coast and widely regarded as offering the best place to watch the sun set in the whole of Greece.

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Where to Sail

From Preveza, you can head south to the tourist city of Lefkas, and then onwards to the party island of Kefalonia, which offers beautiful scenery as well as a lively nightlife; or head north to historic Corfu via Paxos and Antipaxos, home of some of the finest beaches and most famous wines in Greece. 

Technically, it’s also possible to sail across to Italy if you’re committed to sailing.

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Marina Details

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Address: Preveza Marina, 48100, New Port Preveza, Greece
Long / Latitude: N 38° 57' E 20° 45'
Telephone: 0030 26820 23095
Fax: n/a
VHF: Channel 17
Walk-ashore berths: 300

Bottled gas, Café / Bar, Electrical supply, Fresh water, Fuel: Petrol (Fuel: Diesel available at nearby Cleopatra Marina, south of Preveza), Laundry facilities, Nautical shop, Parking, Playground, Pub / Restaurant, Shop / Supermarket, Showers, Toilets, Telephone, Visitors berths, Wi Fi

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Preveza Marina is easily accessible by air – with operators flying direct to Preveza airport from Manchester, Birmingham, London and Edinburgh. 

Once at the airport, either hop onto a local public bus to Preveza centre (and the marina is a five to ten minute walk away) or grab a taxi for the 10 minute ride, which costs about 30 euro for a car of four – can help you arranged your airport transfers in advance – just ask when booking.  


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