Impressive is the island of Panagia, which is located opposite the harbor of Parga, with the chapel and the picturesque bell tower as well as the small castle of French construction that dominates the highest point of the island.

It is one of the most peculiar churches in the region. Built in the dent which is form from two glue-bound huge rocks, one of which serves as a protective wall of the church, it is full of images and connects with various local traditions.

It is a Byzantine monastery built before the 12th century in one of the most beautiful places in the area. It is in the Valtos area of Parga on a hill. The 18th-century bell tower, 15 meters high, is a heptian-style rhythm, dominates all over the area and is all you save. Ruins surround the half-destroyed small one-storied church. Circumcisions are distinguished in the wall. The Monastery could not avoid the destruction. The icon of Panagia Vlacherna suggest that it came from Cappadocia and today it is storing at the ecclesiastical museum of Parga located in the center of the city, just beside the parish church of the Holy Apostles.