Paros

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PAROS

Paros is the epitome of Greek islands. There is a 40-year old tradition in tourist industry and is one of the most visited islands of the country. Parikia is the main harbor and as busy as it is, the village itself is very picturesque and traditional. Naoussa, a small port on the north, is another main settlement. Paros’ capital is Lefkes, a traditional mountain village with a byzantine path that runs down to the sea. Antiparos is a small island, 1km away, easily accessible by small and big ferries.

Parian marble is famous since Antiquity; Venus of Milo is actually made of it.

With its cosmopolitan atmosphere, vivid night life, beautiful fishing villages, quality cuisine and sandy beaches, Paros has a winning combination.

There are several car ferries daily to Piraeus, Naxos, Ios and Santorini. There is daily service to Mykonos, Syros, Tinos and Amorgos. Regular itineraries run to Koufonissia, Sikinos, Anafi, Astypalea, Folegandros, Serifos, Sifnos, Milos, Kimolos, Schinousa, Donousa, Rhodes, Kalymnos, Crete and Thessaloniki.