Set yourself into a light adventure mood walking through labyrinth-like narrow streets of main towns, Paros and Naoussa, prime examples of Cycladic architecture. Set course for a coherent tour of cultural heritage in the island’s capital, Paros or Parikial. Start with the stunning Temple of Holy Mary with 100 gates of Panagia Ekatontapyliani. Walk next to the site of the Frankish Castle and the Archaic Temple of Athena nearby it. Continue with the Sanctuary of Pythian Apollo, Asclepeion. This place is legendary due to its rumored healing powers due to the fact that it is dedicated to the god of medicine.
Move to the north of the island for a more active itinerary you can. Dance until sunrise at the famous night clubs in Naoussa. Cherish quiet moments in cafes full of flowers in the traditional village of Lefkes in the middle of the island. Even motorbikes are prohibited here.
Take the whole family to the biggest and the best beach on the island in Christi Akti with its golden sand and clearest water. Or relax at the least crowded Loladonis beach. Observe the “flocks” of kitesurfers at the Pounta beach. Crawl into natural wonders of Paros, like the Cave of Archilochus and Cave of the Nymphs.
Try best fresh seafood in the town of Alikis.
Sail right across Paros to the twin island Antiparos. We can get you there on our tender. There is also a regular ferry service. Visit the main castle of Antiparos in its only town, also with the same name, and walk the town’s central streets, where you can also find local jewellery shops with unique items crafted next to you inside the store. Wander around many “teeth” inside the Cave of Antiparos on the south side of the island.
Appreciate fresh foods in many Antiparos’s taverns. Fish and octopus are caught, cooked and served the same day.
Calm yourself at the most secluded beach of the island, Faneromeni, with see-through waters. Vanish yourself with the highest class possible at the Soros Beach House. Top level service, performances, and menu attested by Gordon Ramsay.
Consider the curious fact that Cyclades islands used to be a province of Russian Empire for 4 years in the late 18th century, as a consequence to the wars at the time with Ottoman Empire. This temporary formation was called Grekorossiya. Paros was the capital of Cyclades at the time.