Perdika is located on the western foothills of the Parga Mountains, about 15km south of Igoumenitsa, at an altitude of 230m. From 1999 to 2010, according to the then administrative division of Greece, it was the seat of a community. Since 1 January 2011 it is the seat of the homonymous municipal unit of the Municipality of Igoumenitsa.

Ecclesiastically, it belongs to the Metropolis of Paramythia, Filiates, Giromeri and Parga. The church of the village is dedicated to Agios Georgios.

At a distance of about 6 km south of the present village, the ruins of an ancient city ("Dymokastro") are preserved, which is probably identical to ancient Elina, which survived until the end of Roman antiquity, after it was downgraded to a small town, administratively dependent on the Roman colony of Photi.

Every year, a traditional carnival of the area known as "Perdikiotiko Carnival" is held.

Its inhabitants are engaged in the production of olive oil and also in tourism as Perdika has 10 beaches, Karavostasi, Arillas, Agia Paraskevi, Sofas, Mega Drafi, Kamini, Agali, Stavrolimenas, Katsonisi and Prapamali.

Two kilometres from the famous beach of Karavostasi there is the Monastery of Agios Athanasios.

Karavostasi Beach, Perdika, Greece

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