Whitewashed houses and Aegean-blue shutters

Paros Island

Paros is the fourth largest island in the Cyclades and one of the most traditional and cosmopolitan islands in Greece. It is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Aegean, as it harmoniously combines peace with liveliness and offers a wide variety of activities.

The island is famous for its beautiful beaches, enchanting villages with picturesque alleys and intense nightlife. The two main settlements are its capital, Parikia and Naoussa, one of the most beautiful fishing villages in the Aegean. Paros is also known for its wonderful natural landscapes and archeological monuments, whose history exceeds 4000 years.


  • Kolymbithres
  • Golden Sand
  • Santa Maria
  • Punda
  • Monastery
  • Marcello
  • Farangas
  • Lageri
  • Kalogeros
  • Aliki
  • Logaras


  • Panagia Ekatontapyliani Church
  • the Frankish Castle of Parikia
  • the Venetian Castle of Naoussa
  • the ancient quarry of Paros
  • the Folklore Museum of Naoussa
  • the Mycenaean acropolis at Koukounaries
  • the valley of butterflies
  • the cave of Antiparos