Attractions in Paros

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Lefkes

Lefkes

Lefkes, one of the most beautiful, picturesque and traditional villages of Paros, is situated in the central part of the island, at an altitude of 250 m...

Paroikia

Panagia Ekatontapyliani

The church of Panagia Ekatontapyliani, closely linked with the island, is one of the most famous orthodox pilgrimages in the Aegean Sea and is located in one...

Paroikia

Parikia

Parikia or Chora, the capital and harbour of Paros, is the first village you encounter arriving at the island. Built on the location of the ancient city, in...

Naoussa

Naoussa

North of Paros, picturesque and cosmopolitan Naoussa attracts visitors in its all-white “embrace” to introduce them to its countless beauties and secrets....

Paroikia

Dilio

The archaeological site of Dilio, one of the most important monuments of the island, is located north of Parikia on a hill called Vigla by the locals. It is...

Naoussa

Mycenaean Acropolis

The Mycenaean Acropolis of Paros is situated within a 9 km distance from Parikia, just before the famous Kolymbithres beach and specifically at the hill of...

Paroikia

Ancient Cemetery

The Ancient Cemetery of the island, located in the coastal road of Parikia, in front of Paros’s harbour, dates back to the 8th cent. B.C. and it is one of...

Naoussa

Venetian Castle of Naoussa

The Venetian Castle, one of the most photographed spots of the picturesque Naoussa, emerges from the sea behind the small harbour with the traditional fish...

Valley of Butterflies

Within 7 km from Parikia and heading towards west, near the Monastery of Christos and inside the forest, there is lush green place called the Valley of...

Aliki

Benetos Skiadas Museum of Cycladic Folklore

The Folklore Art Museum of Cycladic Civilisation by Benetos Skiadas is located at the village of Alyki within a 16 km distance from Parikia. There you can...

Marpissa

Sculpture Museum of Marpissa

The Sculpture Museum of Marpissa (right next to the community), dedicated to the Greek sculptor Nikos Perantinos, is located in the eastern part of the...

Paroikia

Asclepieion

The ruins of Asclepieion, a temple dedicated to the god of medicine Asclepius, are located on the hill of Agia Anna, one of the most beautiful hills in...

Marathi

Ancient Quarries

The Ancient Quarries of Paros are located within approximately a 7 km distance from Parikia, in Marathi region, from where the famous Parian marble was...

Marpissa

Marpissa

Leave behind for a while the crowded towns of Parikia and Naoussa and choose Marpissa for your afternoon walk. This village dates back to the 16th and the...

Panteronisia

Between Paros and Antiparos, there is a small cluster of islets known to the wider public as Panteronisia. For those who know it, it is the.... "Caribbean"...

Paroikia

The Hill of Kastro (Castle)

The Hill of Kastro (Castle) is definitely one of the places worth visiting during your walk in Parikia. Since 4000 BC right through today it constitutes the...

Paroikia

Archaeological Museum of Paros

The Archaeological Museum of Paros is located in Parikia and was created in the 1950's in an area granted by the Municipality of Paros. At its inception...

Paroikia

Byzantine Museum

In the south-western part of the cell complex in the church of Ekatontapyliani, the Byzantine Museum of Paros operates today, where part of the relics of...