A MAGIC PLACE
Simplicity and beauty shine brightly on this beautiful island. Looking around at the hills and villages, we feel as if a great modern artist outlined them, with slopes and inclines illustrating the poetic design. Paros radiates the light of the sun and reflects the beauty of the deep blue sea.
Naoussa is, in and of itself, an incredible attraction. The picturesque village, with whitewashed houses and cobblestone streets, the quaint little port and churches is a destination that can’t be missed. When you arrive in Naoussa, take some time to tour the museum created by an initiative of the Music and Dance Troupe of Naoussa, Paros, which is situated in a traditional house donated by Konstantinos and Marouso Roussos.
Kolybithres is, deservedly, one of the best known beaches of Greece. It is located on the northwest coast of Paros, on the west side of the bay of Naoussa. The landscape is impressively wild, lunar and rocky. Strangely shaped granite rocks “descend” from the hills to the sea, rocks on the barren mountain, with stones and stone walls. Smooth, almost spherical rocks form a peculiar site that stretches down to the sea.
Monuments of Paros
The archaeological sites of Paros are of great interest to both casual visitors and those who “examine” history through ancient texts and archaeological finds. We encourage you to visit the monuments and travel back through thousands of years of island history. The main monuments in the Parikia area are: the Temple of Ekatontapiliani in the center of town, the Venetian Kastro, Delos on a hill north of Parikia, the ancient cemetery near the port, the temples at Kounados, the temples of Asclepion and Pythion Apollo south of the town.