Paros is an island of the Cyclades, in the center of the Aegean In Greece. For centuries, the island of Paros had been an important cultural, religious and commercial center in antiquity, and continues to be in modern times.
The famous marble of Paros has been used in making some of the most important works of art of the classical and Hellenistic period, such as the Nike of Samothrace, Hermes of Praxiteles, the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus and many more. An island with ancient and modern settlements, ancient philosophers, noblemen, pirates, battles and much more, Paros is a unique mosaic of history and culture. Multicultural over the centuries.
Not only has a rich cultural heritage and history, Paros has also a beautiful Cycladic natural environment, with its many world-famous beaches, such as Kolimbithres, Chrissi Akti (Golden Coast), Santa Maria, Langeri, to name a few. On Paros island you can find excellent infrastructure: an airport, sports facilities, municipal transport, a hospital and an extensive road network. And of course on the island of Paros you will be able to visit archaeological sites and parks, enjoy great food and spend your evenings enjoying the infinite choices the island has to offer, boat trips and so many more ... diving, relaxation services, hiking, biking, and many more…
The great advantages of the island are the hospitality of the locals and the services provided.
Paros is easily accessible either by air from Athens international airport or other international airports (and by charter flights)
or by ferries from the port of Piraeus and Rafina (Athens).
Different ferries connect daily the port of Piraeus (Athens) to Paros.
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You can reach Paros island directly from other islands in the Cyclades (Andros, Syros, Tinos, Mykonos, Naxos, Ios and Santorini) and Crete.
Paros Airport: 21 km
Port (Parikia): 10 km
Naoussa Center: 800m
Shops: 120 m
To closest Beach (Piperi): 500 m
Agioi Anargyroi Beach: 2.5 km
Kolympithres beach: 3 km