The beautiful picturesque village of Naoussa is located in a huge bay in the northern part of Paros, 12 kilometres east from the capital, Parikia. Naoussa is the second largest town in Paros, and has gained a following with the jet set. Naoussa is also famous for its numerous beautiful golden beaches, filling the huge bay of Naoussa, such as Kolymbithres Beach, Agios Ioannis, Agioi Anargyroi,and Monastiri beach,and Naoussa its very famous for the nightlife with many bars and clubs….
The capital of Paros with the passenger and the commercial port and the Mill, which is the trademark of the village, is located at the islands bay, In Parikia, the port of Paros, ships come and go all.. There are beautiful settlements in Parikia, however Parikia itself will also fascinate you if you take a walk around its alleys. Ekatontapiliani and the pinewood next to it, the Venetian castle in the old market, the church of Agios Constantinos (St. Constantine), the hill of Agia Anna (St. Anna) with its two mills, which are a trademark of Paros and are soon going to be restored, the perennial palm trees on the street along the coast (Giannis Parios st.) and all kinds of stores attract the visitors. .
There are many sights to visit in Parikia. There are many archaeological sites, the most important of which are: the ancient cemetery on the beach and the pottery workshop, the Archaeological Museum of Paros, which is remarkable with exhibits from Paros and from Despotiko of Antiparos, the Castle and Ekatontapiliani, which is probably the most famous church of Paros, which has been built by Konstantine the Great in the 4th century AC. Additionally, in Parikia there is an ancient cemetery of the 3rd century..Most of the stores, taverns, restaurants, bars, cafeterias are situated on the street along the coast of Parikia (Giannis Parios st.) from the Mill in Bountaraki to Livadia.. From the hill and from the street along the coast (Giannis Parios st.) in Parikia you can enjoy a wonderful sunset, maybe the most beautiful sunset in Paros..
It is the most mountainous village of Paros and the most verdurous one. Lefkes was the first capital of Paros. The village is located under a pinewood on the hill. A walk around its beautiful narrow streets with the white joints will impress you. You will see the old washhouses that are still used by certain housewives, the House of Literature….a street with taverns and other stores and the wonderful view: the sea and Naxos in the background…On the hills around the village there are windmills, many of which have been restored and at the edge of the village, on a hill, there is the church of Agia Triada with the famous belfries that have been recently restored. Lefkes is the most verdurous village of Paros, that is why if you take a walk in its streets or visit its many churches you will hear cicadas and at nightfall crickets and screech owls. The village attracts many tourists during the summer months.
Aliki is located at the southern part of Paros and it took its name from the salt-marsh (in greek: aliki) that is located at the edge of the village.Aliki is a beautiful fishermen village with a picturesque port, taverns and the beach Piso Aliki with white pebbles and salt cedars that spread down to the sea..At its beautiful taverns you can try fresh fish and the traditional gouna (mackerel dried in the sun). Next to the small port, there is one more beautiful beach, which is ideal for swimming in its crystal clear blue waters…There is also the large beach with the deep blue waters at Piso Aliki, with pebbles and salt cedars as well as the beach of Faragas.
Piso Livadi is a small picturesque port there are taverns with exceptional dishes to taste with your ouzo and lively bars. There is also a small beach with big salt cedars that is ideal for swimming.
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