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Hotel Salvator and Spa

At a glance

  • Airport


    Preveza Airport (PVK) is a hour away from Hotel Salvator and Spa. Transfers are not included in the price but can be arranged - Return transfers from Preveza Airport - £179.00 for up to 4 people. Return transfers from Igoumenitsa Ferry Port (for Corfu Airport Arrival) - £119.00 for up to 4 people.

  • Romantic


    The backdrop of olive green hills and views stretching to nearby islands makes for an extremely romantic destination

  • Hen friendly


    Accommodation includes rooms, suites, and villas, making it ideal for small groups looking for a peaceful getaway

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Everywhere you turn the view is of the surrounding mountains and coastline.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    This boutique hotel includes elegant leisure facilities and a wide range of spa treatments.


Hotel Salvator and Spa

Hotel Salvator and Spa, Kyperi Area, Parga, 480 60 Preveza
Parga, 480 60 Preveza

Spa & Leisure

Built in an amphitheatre style, on a hill surrounding the local area of Kyperi, the Hotel Salvator and Spa makes the most of its location in the dramatic natural beauty of the Greek coastal countryside. With the islands of Paxos and Antipaxos in the distance, it is a pretty spectacular start to a spa escape by anyone’s standards.

So with all of that in mind, ‘wellness’ is an inherent part simply of being here, but adding to the experience there is also a gym, hydro massage baths, and an outdoor pool which allows you to swim into the deep blue yonder. Referencing its coastal location there is also a collection of predominantly marine-based spa treatments available including wraps, massages, Thalasso baths, facials, and finishing touches.

Hotel & Accommodation

The Zigouris family whom have been part of the hotel industry since 1884, Hotel Salvator and Spa is a four star boutique hotel in Parga, named for the famous explorer, Archduke Ludwig Salvator. Accommodation is a combination of villas, and spacious hotel rooms and suites, catering to a maximum of 55 guests at any one time. In keeping with its namesake’s love of nature, the view is also an undisputed draw card, encompassing the coast, olive green hills, and Grecian mountains.

The hotel is not short on refreshments either, catering to all times of the day with a café in the Lobby area offering buffet, cocktails and more ensuring that if guests wish to stay and never venture away from Hotel Salvator itself, it is not only understandable, it is possible as well