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Havnen av Igoumenitsa / The port of Igoumenitsa

Igoumenitsa er en kyst by, som er lokert 45km nord for Parga.

Igoumenitsa er hvor den 670km lange motorveien Egnetia ender…

Denne motorveien tar deg fra nordøst Hellas Thessaloniki, til nordvest Hellas på rundt 3 timer.

Igoumenitsa er byen av havner i nord west og du kan reise både til Corfu og Italia fra denne havne byen…

Igoumenitsa er byen som knytter osssammen med både båt og bil…

Igoumenitsa is a coastal city located about, 45 km north of Parga .

Igoumenitsa is where the 670km long Egnatia highway Terminates…

This highway takes us from the northeast Greece of Thessaloniki, to the northwest Greece of Igoumenitsa in only about 3 hours!

Igoumenitsa is the city of the ports,where you can travel both to Corfu and Italy..

Igoumenitsa is the city that connects us by boat and car…

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22 Responses to “Havnen av Igoumenitsa / The port of Igoumenitsa”
  1. Hi Dina,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for liking it. I must say, your shots are amazing! Well done and keep up the good work 🙂
    Michael

  2. such beautiful photos… I still haven’t been to Igoumenitsa, only been to Corfu by air. It looks like a place i’d love to visit.

  3. www.antoniskioupliotis.com says:

    few years ago it was a trip of several hours to drive from thessaloniki to igoumenitsa, but i liked.
    if you drive over the highway, you’ re missing a lot of the countryside, which is so beautiful in northwest greece.

    • Dina says:

      That is very true 🙂 you do miss a lot of the country side! But the highway also does make it very easy for the people living in the north east, to come and visit us here in the west… 🙂
      These days even a long weekend is easy to do 🙂 6-8 hours was to long, in the past…:(

      • www.antoniskioupliotis.com says:

        I used sometimes the old road to simulate a rally 🙂
        It was very funny and a little bit dangerous…anyway, take please as many pictures from the area as possible, things change so fast…

      • Dina says:

        Things do change 🙂 but it is also nice to remember the old :):)

      • www.antoniskioupliotis.com says:

        indeed…I like the pure documentary photography in just to keep something *alive*…photographs does not have always to be awesome, just a straight picture is also enough.

      • Dina says:

        I agree with you very much 🙂 For me Photography is to capture the moments… Your moments! Reality is always more beautiful than make believe!

      • www.antoniskioupliotis.com says:

        make things believe is not always bad in the photography, by portraits for example…since everyone wants to look great 🙂

  4. orples says:

    Lovely photos! Those date palms (?) are huge.

    • Dina says:

      I know 🙂 here in the aria you can even find bigger :):)

      • orples says:

        The whole area is just beautiful. I used to live in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and I don’t think I’ve ever seen date palms with such substance and girth. They really caught my eye. It looks like a wonderful setting for boating enthusiasts.

  5. Pierotucci says:

    Thank you for the like! – Your photos remind me of a sleepy little town where you can find a great little restaurant and a fantastic plate of local fish.

  6. Suzanne says:

    I feel like I just took a 5 minute vacation. Enjoyed your lovely photos! 🙂

  7. Now this port we know and love very well. Sadly our experiences with Greek bureaucracy at its ports have gone downhill recently. The cuts in the civil service are making it very frustrating 😦

  8. T Hollis says:

    The first & last photos of the grounded boats remind me of a children’s book by Chris Van Allsberg, The Wreck of the Zephyr.

  9. Fergiemoto says:

    Thank you for sharing photos and information about where you live. I spent my honeymoon in Greece and I loved it! It’s one of the best trips I have taken.

  10. Mike says:

    Hi Dina. I love your photos. To see them makes this desire in me to settle there even more strong. 9 years to go before I can retire!

    • Dina says:

      🙂 I am very glad that you like the place :):) Parga is truly a wonderful place of Greece even to retire in… We will be waiting:)

  11. ns says:

    Dina, thanks for stopping by. I love your photos too!

  12. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Your photos are breathtaking!

  13. very stunning shots and I love boats…totally enjoyed your post…Bev B

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