The landscape of Paros is gorgeous, with undulating hills spotted here and there by private chapels, fertile valleys, golden beaches and picturesque villages. Despite its status as a popular tourist destination, the island has managed to preserve its local spirit to great effect.
The harbor and capital, Parikia, reveals cultural treasures and an attractive shopping area whilst the traditional fishing port and second town of Naoussa is an iconic collection of whitewashed houses, blooming bougainvillea and vibrant Cycladic nightlife.
- Enjoy a sunset dinner at one of the many high-endseafood restaurants lining the Naoussa waterfront.
- Be sure to try some of the local delicacies, includingaromatic honey, salty olives and tasty ‘kakavia’ fish soup.
- Shopaholics will enjoy browsing the eclectic boutiquesof Naoussa - some of the best shopping in the Cyclades.
The amazing beaches
40’ flight from Athens
More than 6 flights daily from Athens
Fast ferry from Athens (duration 3-4 h)
Best connected with
Ferry to Cyclades:
Naxos, Mykonos, Santorini
May to September