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Visit Antiparos


Antiparos is the ideal holiday destination. Barely developed, with one main town, a few bars, clothes and swimwear shops, tavernas, unspoilt beaches and the charming and pictureque Kastro: it has a very relaxed and tranquil vibe. The nightlife is busy and there is often live music in some of the clubs and nightspots. Those interested in history will be fascinated by the cave and the archeologhical work on nearby Despotiko.

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Daily Cruises


All aboard! Explore caves, sandy beaches, swim and enjoy food and drink on the cruise of your choice.

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Shop till you drop in the charming winding streets of Naoussa and Paroikia


Even the most dedicated shopaholic can suffer serious burn-out checking out the clothes, shoe or jewellery shops in the two main towns of Paros. Travel light and bring your cards, otherwise you may need another suitcase when you head home.

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Food and Drink in a traditional Greek Taverna


Enjoy delicious local dishes in one of the many taverns in Parikia, Naoussa and in the surrounding villages such as Alyki, Marpissa & Piso Livadi - to mention but a few.

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Paros' Environmental and Cultural Park


Paros Environmental and Cultural Park forms an area near the monastery of St. Ioannis Detis, and every summer hosts events and exhibitions of special interest. The Park has a beach with extensive facilities, including a cafe and an incomparable architectural and acoustic amphitheater that hosts music artists from all over the world, as well as theatrical performances.

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Swim at Kolymbithres


The rock sculptures are the defining characteristic of this beach, which is perhaps the most well-known in Paros. In the western corner of the bay of Naoussa, the granite rocks, eroded by seawater and wind, form curious and seemingly organic shapes which stretch out into the sea, and have become known as Kolymbithres (the Greek word for a baptismal font.)

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The healing clay of Kalogeros


Passing through Molos you come to the beach of Kalogeros, a small bay with sand and clay on the nearby rocks.

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Explore the footpaths of Paros


There are a variety of hikes and walks all over the island, taking you through ravines, past deserted windmills, to freshwater springs and even along the old Byzantine road. All you need is a map, stamina, motivation and a sense of adventure.

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Kite Surfing and Scuba Diving


Paros is a world-famous number one destination for Kite-Surfing. There are several specialised places on the island, where professional instructors will teach you to kite surf or to explore subterranean riches of the Aegean around Paros and Antiparos.

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Celebration of Karavola


At the end of August, the feast of Karavola (a genus of edible snail) is the occasion for one of the biggest celebrations of the Aegean, with plenty of food, particularly snails, Parian wine, music and traditional dances until the morning. It takes place in the most mountainous village of Paros, Lefkes, in a large landscaped area beneath the nearby pine forest. The name of the feast comes from a near idolatrous love of the locals for these highly regarded delicacies.

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15 of August and the Corsairs


Accompany the procession of the icon of the Virgin Mary through the town of Paroikia. Enjoy the fireworks, dances and music at this incredible feast. Do not, however, miss the festival of the Koursari (Corsairs, Corsican pirates) and the spectacle of these pirates dancing and attempting to overcome the women of Naoussa.

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Easter in Paros


Easter in Greece is the most important Christian holiday, far more important here than Christmas. Paros fills with Greeks who come to celebrate this religious festival with great fervour and the scenes and atmosphere are remarkable, the streets full of candles, fireworks and unforgettable scenes.

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