The Greek island of Paros belongs to the Cyclades and is located near Mykonos and Santorini. It is not so popular, but no worse than its famous neighbors. The streets of vibrant Parikia are always full of locals and travelers, and in the villages, you will see traditional whitewashed houses with blue vaulted roofs.
Explore picturesque Naousa
The vibrant fishing village of Naousa is located on the northeast coast of Paros. It is about 11 kilometers from Parikia. At the height of summer, it is crowded, but the place does not lose its charm: imagine a labyrinth of cobbled streets, whitewashed houses, churches and chapels, and an old port with fishing boats. Pay attention to the fortress, built in the 15th century by the Venetians, and the watchtower, erected to protect against pirates.
Relax or exercise on the beach
Obviously, the main attractions of Paros are the magnificent beaches with