South of Parikia, the main road lies the village of Naoussa, with lush vegetation and the traditional colour. Near beautiful beaches – Glyfa, Tryphth, Lolantonis- and active monasteries that are open.
North of Parikia on the road for the village of Kostos Poplar. Village with remarkable square, bright Island colors and simultaneously with most mountain atmosphere. The village church celebrates at 27 July when done and feast. Another important attraction of the place is the monument and home of Athanasios Parios author with action during the Greek revolution, a native of the village.
Mountain village at a distance of 11 km from Parikia.. Authentic village with windmills, traditional architecture and tranquil mood. There are seaside and so doesn't have the intense tourist character that often destroys the graphic nature of the place. Here live like a native resident walking in the streets with cafes where car traffic is not allowed.
The main street ends at the Church of the Holy Trinity, large temple with images from the post-Byzantine period and big square in front of where the Festival takes place in July celebrating the Church.
In the northeast of the port of PAROS, where ypairchan is the ancient quarries of Marathi. Strong references in antiquity with reliefs and arcades and ancient inscription for the nymphs which worshipped in the area. From these quarries were the famous Parian marble was exported in all the cultural centers of the then known world.
Consecutive almost villages with jewels of color. Many flowers, whitewashed houses and easy access to beaches are the advantages of these villages. Many areas with vegetation and crops , watermills, churches and beautiful homes along with bed and breakfasts , restaurants and cafes. An important destination for the great week when religious events and representations from the experiences of Christ days until the resurrection.
Very close to the beaches of Molos, Kalogeros.
An absent the most beautiful and most crowded villages of Paros to the North of paroikia with sheltered Harbour. The port of Naoussa complements the natural beauty of the village with the fishing boats and the tavernas spread around this. Old pirate haven features a different aura which is enhanced by the Venetian castle on the perimeter of the port.
Cosmopolitan atmosphere from numerous visitors who exploit a variety of hotels in the area with comprehensive benefits and fun that ensure the bars and restaurants for all tastes. Visit and place for many famous who appreciate the island experience with remarkable beaches nearby, the fish offered of the boats of local fishermen, the history of the place and the modern tourist infrastructure.
Very near the beaches Piperi, Kolymbithres, Monastery, Santa Maria and Laggeri and Aspros Gremos in Ambelas.
The main port and largest village of Paros is the Parikia where are all the public services of the island. As the Centre of the island with the greater part of the population of all the months of the year and too many visitors during the summer months it has health benefits, fun, the car rental, communications and the movement of the residents and visitors of. The Town has a bus connection with all the villages and beaches of the island.
The old market of Parikia has maintained the island's solid character with elements of the cycladic civilization, the sea, ancient and modern history. The visitor with a stroll through the streets of the city is transferred to another era and has the opportunity to buy local products, miniature paintings, souvenirs, clothes, gifts and items for the holidays. Across the beach and the old town there are brown, restaurants and cafes. In the evening the visitor can choose between each kind of nightclubs that cover the needs of all ages and architects.
The major sights of Parikia owned by the Church of Ekantopylianis. Paleochristian Church of the 4th century a.d. the legend returns the erection in St. Helena which en route to the Holy Land stops on PAROS and makes the vow to build in back of a temple on the island. Later during the reign of Justinian was reconstructed and added the imposing dome of. During the following centuries the history of the synyfanthike with the history of the place and met their respective conquests, looting and destruction that accepted and the island from the Turks and Venetians. Today is a reference point for the cult of the Virgin Mary across the country and is one of the most important religious monuments. The architecture follows the rhythm of the Basilica with dome. The celebration of our Lady at 15 August each year culminates with religious, devotional events and the big celebration in honor of the Virgin.
Other remarkable attractions that adorn the Livadia is the archaeological museum with exhibits from the Cycladic Culture, the archaic and classical eras as well as from the Roman period, the ancient cemetery near the port, the Venetian castle, the Valley of butterflies, the Dilio and chapels across the city.
At the same time there are in the city or in close proximity to beautiful beaches such as Livadia (shortly after the port), Krios, Marcello, kaminia, parasporos, Agia Irini and Souvlia.
After Lefkes the main road continues and leads to the village Prodromos. Can be accessed via hiking trail that connects the two villages, offering a unique experience for browsers that follow the street for over an hour in a Byzantine, marble trail. The village exudes the traditional character of the island with its distinctive architecture and the white colour that dominates the homes and shops of the village. Remarkable the entrance of the village with the Archway that connects two chapels. The Central Baptist Church is dedicated to Agios Panteleimonas and at 27 July celebrates with a festival that attracts locals and tourists.
Very close to the beaches of Molos, Kalogeros and Tsoukalia.