Island Escapes


the Cycladic Gem

Paros is one of the first islands that springs to mind when you think of the Greek Islands, and it’s one of the best spots to visit in The Cyclades. It ticks all the boxes on a vacation wish list (culture, beaches, towns, restaurants, hotels, and shopping), and its central location within the island group makes Paros conveniently accessible by boat. There’s even an airport! It’s an appealing complement to an island-hopping schedule.

Welcome to Paros Island

Getting around Paros


Golden Beach

4 km

Popular windsurfing beach on the island’s southeast shore.
The sand is smooth, the water is clear, and sunbeds and umbrellas are available for rent.

After being populated by Cretans, Minoans, Ionians, Arcadians, Macedonians, Romans, and Byzantines, who all left their imprint on this big, steep and fertile island, Paros has recently been labeled as largely a cosmopolitan center.


Paros Park

32,6 km

The 80-hectare park north of Naoussa has stunning rock formations, caverns, secluded coves, and beautiful beaches. With three established walking paths, a museum, a monastery, an antique theatre that now stages festivals.

Paros lies on the shoulders
of a strong gastronomy legacy


Mediterranean cuisine

As some well-known chefs have gained a presence on the island, the gourmet scene of Paros is where tradition meets contemporary cuisine.  Whether you’re looking for fine dining, a casual drink, or a private chef, there is always a venue to suit you.

The ultimate Cycladic destination

A cosmopolitan yet relaxing destination, with beautiful azure waters with elegant and chic restaurants and cocktail bars.



24,5 km

A sandy beach located 12 km east of Naousa where the water is calm, turquoise, and completely serene



22,6 km

Undoubtedly Paros’ most beautiful beach. It’s in sparkling Naoussa Bay, or Plastira Bay, where large granite slabs provide lovely sunbathing areas for beachgoers.


Sea activities

Many beaches are well-equipped for windsurfers of all skill levels, from beginners to champions.
The eastern and western beaches of Paros, in particular, are regarded as among the greatest in the world for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
Water ski, wakeboard and Scuba diving are also very popular in Paros.


Island escapes

Parikia – 20,8km

Parikia is the principal port and has its own charm with lanes, fine stores, magnificent restaurants, the Church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani, and an open-air theater.

Naoussa – 20 km

Naoussa was a historic fishing hamlet that has recently been turned into a cosmopolitan and scenic destination. There are tiny streets painted in the classic white color, as well as distinctive modest stores and boutiques with locals.

Antiparos – 20,8km

Antiparos used to be an island for pure seclusion and leisure, but in recent years, it has altered slightly as it attracted more tourists each year. Still, it is a beautiful island adjacent to Paros that is suitable for a day vacation or longer. It is all up to you.

Lefkes – 13,6 km

Lefkes, a unique town of master marble artisans that served as Paros’ initial capital, pay a visit to Marigo’s kafeneio (traditional coffee establishment), which has tables made of olive wood and traditional chairs across from Aghia Triada Church.

Prodromos – 9,4 km

Prodromos was designed as a fortified town, with walls that protected its inhabitants from pirate invasions. Among the neat courtyards filled with geraniums and jasmine.

Let us know your needs and we will take care of everything to the last detail.

Whether you want your feet in the sand on a private beach or in our swimming pool with the sea view, we can create your tailor-made holiday unforgettable.

Private Pool

You can spend time actively swimming in the overflowing pool.

House Staff

All of our villas include maid service to take care of cleaning and linen changes. Upon your request, we can also offer butler service.

Transfer Reservation

We provide a stress-free, comfortable, and safe transfer service from the airport to your villa and vice versa.

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