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Discover Paros - Stylish resorts and cultural villages

  • From mountains to fishing villages and seaside resorts in deserted coves, Paros offers great diversity. This diversity can also be found in the island's hotel facilities. With the choice between a large seaside hotel, a charming little hotel, a facility which offers studios, apartments and bungalow rooms and a small family-run hotel in the village, there is something for all tastes. Bear in mind, though, ...
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  • This church is the third largest Christian basilica of Greece.
    © Pawel Kazmierczak / 123RF
  • The museum, on the right of the church, houses a beautiful collection of icons.
    © Pawel Kazmierczak / 123RF
  • Like throughout the whole island of Paros, Parikia is home to a large number of post-Byzantine churches.
    © Pawel Kazmierczak / 123RF
  • This is Greece's third biggest early Christian basilica.
    © Pawel Kazmierczak / 123RF
  • Like all of the island's in the region, Paros has its famous windmills, typical of the Cyclades region.
    © Pawel Kazmierczak / 123RF
  • This place of religious worship is also known as the 'church of a hundred doors'.
    © Pawel Kazmierczak / 123RF
Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Greece

From mountains to fishing villages and seaside resorts in deserted coves, Paros offers great diversity. This diversity can also be found in the island's hotel facilities. With the choice between a large seaside hotel, a charming little hotel, a facility which offers studios, apartments and bungalow rooms and a small family-run hotel in the village, there is something for all tastes. Bear in mind, though, that hotels are generally open from April to October. A bus sevice runs from morning until the evening on the island, but it is preferable to rent a car or a bike so that you don't lose too much time. The port for boarding the ferries (a 5-hour trip to Piraeus) is located in Parikia and the airport is about 6 miles south of the main city.

Paros: what to do?

Naoussa is, without doubt, one of the most charming villages on the island. It is a small fishing port, with a unique setting and it is worth visiting even if you only spend a night there.

  • Its authenticity
  • A wide range of hotels
  • A relaxing destination which is ideal for the family
  • The increasing number of tourists

To avoid

Greece is a country which is far more pleasant off season. Everything is easier and more enjoyable and the local population is more relaxed when it is not invaded by tourists.

Paros: what to eat?

Good quality fish is the island's main asset, but there is also Greek salad, tsatsiki, etc. Parikia is overflowing with small restaurants where these dishes can be found at reasonable prices.

Paros Reviewedhotels
  • 8.7 /10
    Rated by Easyvoyage
    Astir of Paros
    Paros - Greece
    Hotel Hotel 5 Etoile(s)

    The Astir Paros is a sumptuous hotel combining luxury, peace, ...

  • 8.05 /10
    Rated by Easyvoyage
    Yria
    Paros - Greece
    Hotel Hotel 5 Etoile(s)

    Located a few miles southwest of Parikia, this spacious, well-equipped ...

  • 7.95 /10
    Rated by Easyvoyage
    Papadakis
    Paros - Greece
    Hotel Hotel 3 Etoile(s)

    This small charming 16-room hotel found on the heights of Naoussa ...

  • 7.85 /10
    Rated by Easyvoyage
    Philoxenia
    Paros - Greece
    Hotel Hotel 3 Etoile(s)

    9.3 miles away south of Naoussa, the Philoxenia hotel provides ...

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