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In Paros, the guests can enjoy the cycladic architecture and the traditional cuisine at quiet taverns with local products, and at the same time be surprised of the modern night life, fine dining and high-quality shopping.

Parikia, is the capital of the island and its main port. The town lies in a bay on the West Coast and it is a place of natural beauty, with Small picturesque streets, long beaches and major attractions.

Parikia’s heart, the old quarter with its famous “Market Street”, lies within an only one-minute walk from the port, behind the main square. The visitors will find many interesting sites to visit, such as the archaeological museum of Paros and the church of Virgin Mary (Panagia Ekatontapyliani), the 13-th-Century Venetian Castle and the Ancient Cemetery.

The choices of restaurants, bars and souvenir shops are numerous both on the seafront and at the hidden alleys.


Naoussa is a traditional fishing village in the north of the island, settled around a little hill in the Bay of Naoussa.

It is the second biggest & most cosmopolitan town of Paros and despite the growing tourism, it has kept its authentic character.

Just sit peacefully in one of the many taverns around the port, enjoy the sun and some fresh fish with a little ouzo and watch the motion on the fishing boats – it’s an experience you won’t forget.

Naousa is privileged located close to some of the most popular beaches of the island for all tastes and preferences.


Lefkes is probably the most beautiful little town situated in the highest spot of the island.

The guests can enjoy the traditional atmosphere of a cycladic village, see the impressive cemetery that is still in use in a “secret garden” behind the cathedral “Agia Trias” and understand why this imposing town used to be the capital of a prosperous island.

Enjoy the exquisite architecture (combining Cycladic and Venetian style), visit a few of its traditional pottery shops have a Greek coffee in a hidden little café with homemade cake!


Pisso Livadi is a little town with a fishing port on the southeast of the Island, close to some of Paros’ most beautiful beaches.

Pisso Livadi is an important holiday resort with access to daily trip boats heading for Naxos, Delos, Mykonos, Santorini and Amorgos. Pisso Livadi, is also recommended for traditional Greek Cuisine.

Pisso Livadi

Aliki is a fishing port on the south-west coast of Paros, facing the little island of Antiparos. Aliki is mostly known for the family atmosphere, the traditional taverns by the sea , and nearby small port where the visitor can take a small boat to Antiparos for a daily trip.


Marpissa is a picturesque, quiet village upon a hill, just above Pisso Livadi. Here the visitor can find beautiful alleys with tall trees, traditional Greek taverns and the taste of the genuine life of the locals. Within walking distance, atop a hill, there is the 16th-century monastery “Moni Agiou Antoniou” (St. Antonios).


Prodromos lies within little distance north-west of Marpissa. It is on the road about 1/3 of the way to Lefkes. Marmara is similar and lies approx. north-east of Marpissa, as the third corner of a triangle, also a very small village and offshore. Ambelas is a very small fishing port on the north-east of the island approx. 7 km away from Naoussa.