It was a true pleasure to stay here. The estate was even better than it looked in the pictures....And the private beach steps away was the perfect addition. Would certainly come back again!

Adam August 2023 Airbnb review

Villa Martineli Paros: Important contact information Paros and Antiparos

The most essential phone numbers a visitor to Paros & Antiparos could need are listed below. For your convenience, we have included contact information for several tourist services in Paros & Antiparos, including the local government, police, and medical facilities

I don’t think you’ll find a better Airbnb on the site. ... Nothing about this place is less than a perfect place to stay on a perfect part of the island.

Jason May 2023 Airbnb review

Villa Martineli Paros: Naoussa, Paros Finest Restaurant Options

There are a variety of dining options in Naoussa, from cafes to fish taverns to modern Greek restaurants to fusion eateries that put a premium on using ingredients found on the island.

Fantastic house, with a sea view over 180 ° and multiple terraces to enjoy this exceptional view! Very well equipped, gym, billiards room, tennis and basketball court, everything is private!...

Claire-Marie VARVARANDE, france Nov 2022 BOOKING COM review

Villa Martineli Paros: The Top Parikia Restaurants

The island’s gastronomic journey begins at Parikia and continues south through Naoussa, Lefkes, and the rest of the island. In addition to the places named here, there are plenty more where you can replicate the excitement of stumbling upon a hidden culinary gem on your own.

The location is amazing and so is the residence. Beautifully designed and decorated, the house is extremely comfortable with many rooms and independent terrasses which offer privacy...

Francine, il Apr 2023 BOOKING COM review

Villa Martineli Paros: Presentation of Parikia the Capital City of Paros

The town of Parikia (or Paroikià) is the capital of the island of Paros with the main port a marina the artistic old town with its diverse forms of architecture. In Parikia there is also the main port of Paros, which connects the island with the port of Athens and with the other islands of the Cyclades archipelago.