About Paros

Paros is an attractive island and has some of the finest beaches in the Cyclades.
The main town and port is Parikia, on the west coast.

  • Parikia's Panagia Ekatontapyliani, one of the most notable churches in Greece, features a beautiful, highly ornate interior.
  • The charming village of Naoussa, filled with white houses and labyrinthine alleyways, still a working fishing village.
  • Popular beaches served by caique from Naoussa include Kolimvythres, with bizarre rock formations, and the Monastiri.
  • Paros' longest beach, Hrysi Akti on the South coast is popular with windsurfers.
  • The picturesque villages of Lefkes, Mamara and Marpissa are worth a visit and offer good walking opportunites. The Moni Agiou Antoniou (Monastery of Saint Anthony), on a hill above Marpissa, offers breathtaking views.
  • Antiparos, a small island, less 2 km from Paros has superb beaches and its cave, considered one of Europe's most beautiful cave.

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