Koronisia is located in the Amvrakikos gulf, just 25 km from the city of Arta. The so-called Greek "Polynesia" is a picturesque fishing village, built on α small island, connected to the mainland with a thin alluvial land strip which runs between the two lagoons, Logaris and Tsoukalio. Koronisia offers quite holidays and attracts many nature lovers and photographers who come here to capture some great photos.
In Koronisia you can walk along the port, have a drink in one of the cafes, taste fresh fish or swim in the 1 km long beach that stretches in front of the shops. At the port of Koronisia, fishing boats supply the fish restaurants with bream, mullet and shrimp of Amvrakikos sea. Τhe Byzantine church of Panagia Koronisia, built at the end of the 10th century, is the village's main attraction. On the hilltop above Koronisia there is a fortification of the Ottoman Period (1860) known as Koulia, while at a short distance to the south you can visit Korakonisa, a cluster of tiny islets. Do not miss to climb to the top of the hill of Salaora to enjoy an amazing view of the area. Koronisia is an all-year-round tourist destination for people seeking tranquility and relaxation.
- The Church of Panagia Koronisia
- The chapel of Saint Onoufrios