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Paros Guide: A Must-Do List (Part A) | Blue Villas

Thursday, 04 February 2016

Sun, sea, amazing crystal-clear beaches, olive groves, picturesque villages and vineyards are only a few words to describe the beauty of Paros. White as its marble, Paros is often referred to as the incandescent part of Greece, mainly pointing out the radiant and glorious side of the country itself. It combines an exceptional and desirable modernity with traditional architecture and authentic spirit, and this is probably what makes it one of the most preferred holiday destinations in Greece.

So, once you decide to visit Paros, choose your villa from our collection of Paros Luxury Villas and do not forget to do the following. Here is our must-do list:

1. Visit Old Naoussa Port

Naoussa is one of the prettiest villages in the Cyclades, preserving its authenticity, traditional character and charm. The lovely village of Naoussa is built amphitheatrically around a picturesque port with colorful fishing boats and the remains of a Venetian Fortress. With lots of traditional taverns and ouzeries you will definitely feel the friendly and traditional atmosphere of the place.

2. A Romantic Afternoon Walk in Paroikia

During the most magical time of the day, the moment where the sun opposes to the moon in a war of colors, the greatest way to enjoy this breathtaking scenery is an afternoon walk in Paroikia, the capital and main port of the island. Known for the narrow cobbled paths, the old churches, the small souvenir shops and the blue-white houses, Paroikia is one of the most popular and busiest spots of the island. It is also famous for its vivid nightlife that attracts visitors with its unique and traditional landscape.

3. Moraitis Winery

The winery of the Moraitis family is located in Naoussa, near the beach of Aghioi Anargyroi. Founded in 1910 by Manolis Moraitis, it is one of the characteristic spots of Paros. With a huge variety of red, rose and white wines, Moraitis winery is one of the most beloved places in the island. Do not forget to taste their exceptional wines!

4. Valley of Butterflies

Only 7 km far from Paroikia, near the Monastery of Agios Arsenios, there is a place known as the “Valley of the Butterflies”. This idyllic landscape of dense vegetation and abundant running water is every year visited by numerous people admiring the beauty of nature. The park is open from June to September and visitors are truly amazed by this magnificent landscape where thousands of butterflies flutter all around, creating a breathtaking scenery.

 5. Go Dancing

Paros, apart from the nature beauties, it is thought to be a cosmopolitan place with exciting and endless nightlife choices. With lots of drinking and dancing venues, every visitor can find the place to enjoy a night full of alcohol and music. Paros has a variety of nightlife choices such as energetic and vibrant nightclubs, live music clubs and beach bars organizing parties on the golden coasts.

So, gather your beloved ones, book a Villa in Paros, and let the joy begin! You will have the time of your lives…

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