PAROS IS AN ISLAND as luminous as its marble, the joy of the ar tist, a festival of colors and sensations, the Church of Ekatontapyliani (hundred gates), called by many the Agia Sophia of the Aegean. The island offers a refreshing, life-giving breeze, hospitable residents, beautiful traditional villages and countless sandy beaches. A cuisine rich with local delicacies and parian wines. Paros is the island of all ages that welcomes ever yone offering numerous activities for every season.




Alyki is a beautiful coastal village with a picturesque port, located 12km south of Parikia. The village name derives from the salt pans that have been a feature of this area since ancient times. The village is highly suited for family holidays due to its clear sandy beach and the delicious fish taverns and cafes along the sea front. It is located in a small sheltered cove, well protected from the north winds offering a refuge for small boats.


It is the most mountainous village of Paros and the most verdurous one. Lefkes was the capital of Paros during the 19th century. The village is located under a pinewood grove on the hill.A walk around its beautiful narrow streets with the white joints will impress you. You will see the old whitewashed houses, the House of Literature, the picturesque Ramnos area, a street with taverns and shops and a wonderful view of the Aegean Sea and Naxos in the background.

Where to Swim

  • Aliki Beach
  • Faragas Beach
  • Voutakos Beach

Points of interest - Activities

  • Fishing boat trips
  • Hiking by the sea
  • Cycladic Diving |

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