The nice village of Agairia is situated at a distance of some 12,5 kilometers far from Paroikia. It is an inland village, but it is found only 2 kilometers far from the sea.
Aliki is a small picturesque port on the southern coast of Paros. Aliki is a fishing village with a small marina and fish tavernas lining the seafront, which enjoy great views across the bay.
Ampelas is a small fishing village, a few kilometers east-southeast from Naoussa. During your stay, visit the interesting archaeological sites such as the settlement of Koukounaries hill, the cemetery Plastiras dated back in the Bronze Age and the Venetian castle on the north side of the harbor.
Drios is a small village that extends along the southeast coast of Paros. There is a small pier on the shore and a narrow beach, with small pebbles. Sites in the area include the cave of the demons with stalagmites and stalactites, the lakes of Drios and the ancient shipsheds, where ships were housed in…Details
Below the marble quarries, on the eastern slope of the mountain, is the village of Kostos. It is a small, quaint village with white houses, churches and narrow streets ideal for a short walk. Sites include the church of Agios Panteleimonas, the patron of the village, which is situated next to a little park. The…Details
Lefkes is a mountainous village, located at the center of the island. Lefkes is built under a pine-covered hill and the village houses are arrayed amphitheatrically. Locals meet on the main square, near the monument dedicated to the Heroes of war, to talk and have a coffee. Agia Triada is an impressive church constructed of…Details
Marmara is a small village located at the east of Prodromos. The village has several old mansions and many beautiful churches such as the church of the Archangel (Taxiarchis) and the church of the Assumption (Panagia). Choose Marmara as your base point for small excursions to the eastern beaches of the island (Kalogeros, Molos, Tsoukalia).
Marpissa is built in amphitheater formation on a small hill, where visitors can take walks along the quaint streets. Attractions in Marpissa include the Peratinos Museum of Sculpture, the large Byzantine church of Metamorphosis and the monument dedicated to Nikolas Stellas. One of the most characteristic images of Paros is that of the four windmills in…Details
Naoussa, the second largest village of the island with the largest fishing fleet in the Cyclades. Naoussa was fortified by a wall that led to a Venetian bastion (Kastelli), parts of which still stand and are of great historical and archaeological interest. Naoussa is one of the most beautiful fishing villages in Greece, and retains…Details
Parikia is the capital of the island, and the commercial and passenger port of the island. Walking along the traditional cobblestone streets, reveling in the Cycladic beauty and meeting the hospitable residents is a wonderful experience. Places to visit: The Temple of Ekatontapiliani The Archaeological Museum The Ancient Cemetery The Kastro of Parikia (Castle) Asclepion…Details