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Naoussa ParosParos may not be the Greek island your friends told you to go to, but there's a good chance you will have as much fun here as you could have had in Mykonos and you will still be able to afford to buy some gifts for your family without using the credit card you were saving for emergencies. Paros has year round daily ferry connections from Pireaus and is on the same ferry route with Santorini and Naxos which makes it the most logical island to visit with those islands. In the summer there are daily connections with most of the other Cyclades Islands as well as Crete. A large year-round foreign community make Paros a good choice for those who want to live on a Greek island and for those who want to come in the off-season and know that there will be restaurants, cafes and shops open and people to talk to. And the restaurants in Paros are among the best in Greece as are the beaches and the nightlife in the summer. And with Paros you get 2 islands for the price of one: the island of Antiparos is a 10 minute ferry ride away.

Paros Introduction

Paros Ferry
The Arrival in Paros

Fishermen in Naousa, Paros
Village of Naousa

Parikia, Paros
Parikia: Paros Port

Hotel Conteratos, Paros
Hotels in Paros

Windsurfer, Paros
The Beaches of Paros

Paros restaurant
Paros Restaurant Guide

Lefkes, Paros
Around Paros

Paros Bars
Paros Nightlife

The Island of Antiparos

Paros beach
Paros Photo Album

Stephanie Art
Down and Out in Athens and Paros

Aegean Wildlife Hospital, Paros
Aegean Wildlife Hospital

Leaving Paros

Vassilis the Paros Dancer
Vassilis the Dancer

Paros Package
Fantasy's Paros Program

Naoussa, Paros
Fantasy's Paros-Santorini

Conteratos Hotel, Paros

For more itineraries including Paros visit Fantasy Travel's Island Hopping Page. You can also create your own itinerary combining Paros with other islands by using Matt's Create and Itinerary form

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