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Paros is a Greek island that you will find located in the Aegean Sea; you may know it for its fame because of its beautiful, clean and turquoise beaches that match the traditional villages and peculiar architectural structures. The best villas that get close to the renowned attractions are on dreamy beaches such as Punda Beach or Tsoukalia Beach that boast the best views of the blue sky and the turquoise of the Greek sea, can this get better?Paradise villas in this idyllic Greek destination
Have you ever thought about what your dream home would look like? These villas could fulfil that dream. With decorations where light colours abound, nude, white and spacious balconies with high ceilings to enjoy this beach destination, all with sun loungers and many with private pools where you can have a unique day with your family in this wonderful place. The interiors are better than the exteriors: beds and furniture made in original wood with extravagant and strange styles that will make you open your eyes every morning and not want to leave Paros, unforgettable and incredible!
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You've been waiting for it! Talking about the beaches in Paros is one of the first things we were going to show you about the wonders of this Greek paradise, one of the beaches we are going to recommend is Kolympethres Beach, as if it couldn't get any better, this is a set of three beaches, all clean with its peculiar turquoise colour; access to these beaches is easy, and the water currents are very calm so you and your family can enjoy it without having to worry about strong currents, it also has interesting stone formations and very fine sand to enjoy, go for it!Paros for church lovers[
If you are in Paros, the attractions are not only beaches that take you to live a Greek dream you won't want to wake up from, but also, you have to visit the cultural and historical attractions that characterize this place, such as the Byzantine Church Panagia Ekatontapiliani, this incredible structure can be found in Parikia, the capital of this island. This church dates back to the early 4th century and has suffered considerable damage over the years, mostly as a result of an earthquake in the 18th century, but over the years it has undergone several restorations. The church has a museum attached to it with some incredible pieces to capture on camera, such as a baptismal font in the shape of a cross.
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Parikia is the capital of Paros and its main harbour is one of the necessary stops on your visit. This place is really charming, it is a whole labyrinth of streets and passages that are exposed in marble and accompanied by Cycladic houses that have a peculiar cube shape with its well-known blue colour on the doors and wide balconies and beautiful shutters... This port is unmissable!2. Lefkes, a mountain paradise in Paros
Paros has a mountainous centre that you will surely love, and that is Lefkes, this village is gorgeous and sits on a hillside at 300 metres above sea level. Here, it's best to explore the area on foot, so you can wander through the beautiful little alleys and squares that accompany pine trees with tavernas and a few traditional bakeries for delicious snacks. We recommend you start your visit with the Church of Agia Triada, this was built in Parian marble, it is spectacular because it has some valuable Byzantine icons to appreciate.3. A must-visit: the Old Port of Naoussa
Paros has a beautiful harbour called the Old Port of Naoussa, and one of the most beautiful features of it is its small rectangular harbour guarded by the Venetian fort. You will be enchanted by all this scenery: small fishing boats sit next to the tiny docks, all just a few steps away from many restaurants serving the best Greek meals by the sea or in the square. It's so picturesque, and the sunsets are beautiful, you can't miss this harbour!4. A crescent of white sand awaits you
Around the bay in Parikia, you have one of the best beaches on the island. It has a crescent of white sand with masses of water that look like a swimming pool and an incredible waiter service, yes, we are talking about Marcello Beach. Here, the sea is very calm, so it's ideal for bringing small children and for couples to enjoy enchanting views with this radiant sea and all the mountainous surroundings.5. A must-see park
The Aï-Yannis Detis peninsula has become a cultural and recreational park for tourists. From Naoussa, you can see the most beautiful trails that will give you a whole walkthrough of rocks formed in extravagant ways, all accompanied by caves, a lighthouse, and also some hidden coves that will ignite in you that adventurous spirit. The hills are based on grasses and wildflowers that also give you a panorama of the bay of Naoussa, not to be missed!6. A bit of history, please!
You'll be delighted to know that this town once served as a trading port in Venetian times, and due to the threat of the Ottoman Empire, Crusinus I Sommaripa built a fort that served as protection for the entire territory, the Venetian Castle of Naoussa. This circular tower, still standing today, can be reached on foot and there are several areas where you can take beautiful photographs and admire the blue and white waterfront of Naoussa.7. The best thing to do is to visit the Archaeological Museum of Paros
Well, you know the island's history is well-known! So visiting a museum that gives you a clearer picture of what the history of Paros has been like is really necessary and interesting. A visit to the Archaeological Museum is a priority, especially if you like to learn about Ancient Greece. Its structure has two halls and a courtyard, among them Archaic and Classical sculptures, as well as pottery and other interesting finds from the Neolithic to the Roman period. Outside this, you will see a lapidarium, which has funerary friezes, as well as accompanying architectural pieces, urns, and a Roman mosaic.