Villa Martineli Paros: Paros Travel Guide

Paros Brief Presentation

Paros, a jewel of the Cyclades in the middle of the Aegean, invites tourists to come and experience its unmatched scenery and clear waters.

Piraeus, Greece’s largest port and Europe’s gateway to the eastern Mediterranean is 90 miles away. Fast ferries and boats connect Paros to the Greek islands of Mykonos (1 hour), Santorini (3 hours), Naxos (45 minutes), and Crete (90 minutes).

Paro’s vacation paradise is a combination of the stunning coastline, the beautiful beaches with crystal blue water of the sea, and the quaint villages that have attracted artists for generations. Houses and courtyards in the dream are whitewashed and filled with colorful plants like bougainvillea, geraniums, and herbs. Parikia, the island’s capital, and Naoussa, one of the island’s major settlements, are two of the most well-known concentrations of vibrant nightlife in the east Mediterranean. Parian hospitality includes delectable dishes from throughout the world and across the island’s culinary spectrum. The museums, rural villages, and archeological sites are all well worth the time of history and culture buffs. Sports enthusiasts can choose from a variety of activities, including sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, waterskiing, scuba diving, and even horseback riding and hiking.
Paros is an island where you can both unwind and get into the thick of things.

WIND SURFING: Paros is one of the most famous destinations worldwide.
KITE SURFING: The paradise for Wind Surfers, Punta Beach
WATER SKI: On many organized beaches in Paros
TENNIS: There is a tennis court in two of our villas.
SCUBA DIVING: In organized beaches of Paros
WALKING – TREKKING: The fun of walking and trekking will be found in Paros kilometer-long routes crossing plantations, windmills, and whitewashed houses in the perfectly preserved environment of the island. Most important are the store-paved Byzantine trail and the Environmental Park with a magnificent view of the Aegean.

The island of Paros has been inhabited since at least 4000 BC, and it is home to many historical sites worth seeing, such as the Aesculapius temple, the medieval Castle, the Archaeological Museum, and numerous Byzantine monasteries and churches, most notably the Church of Panayia Ekatontapyliani, the oldest and largest in size pre-Christian monument, located in Parikia.


Antiparos is a wonderful, small island with magnificent beaches, a soft environment, and a picture-perfect settlement, reachable only by boat from Paros in 5 minutes.




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