Resorts In Paros
Holidays in Paros
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The lively capital of Paros, Parikia, is filled with narrow, winding streets which were originally intended to confuse any invaders, giving the locals time to escape! The town now boasts an atmospheric and intriguing mix of the old and new, with its white-washed buildings and an excellent selection of restaurants, bars and shops. The nightlife in Parikia is quite lively, so if you're looking for entertainment you won't have to venture far.
The town is full of beautiful whitewashed houses with coloured windows and doors, separated by narrow picturesque streets that form a labyrinth.
Parikia is nearby to many historical sites, such as the ruins of Asclepieio, the Temple of Aphrodite and the Temple of Zeus Ypatos among others.
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While on Greece holidays you'll be able to find shops and shopping centres where you can purchase a huge range of items from clothing to jewellery and DVDs. If you're looking for mementoes of your trip, souvenir shops are plentiful where you can purchase a fantastic selection of local produce including wines, pottery, leather goods, hand-made jewellery, religious icons and embroidery.
The major cities and resorts offer a greater choice of shops and places to go to enjoy a full day's retail therapy; the comparatively low prices make Greece holidays perfect for shopaholics to indulge their pleasure without breaking the bank.
Things To See
- Archaeological Museum: Exhibits from the Prehistoric and Roman times.
- Ekatontapyliani Byzantine Museum: The Byzantine Museum, now open to the public and hosting many artifacts from Ekatontapyliani.
- Naoussa Folk collection: You will see traditional Cycladic costumes, objects of everyday use, traditional furniture and old photos of the island.
Things To Do
- Wind surfing.
Taxis: Taxis are metered and are in plentiful supply in the resorts.
Interurban Buses: There are various bus companies linking all major towns, with daily routes at specified intervals.
Urban Buses: These operate frequently during daytime and in certain tourist areas, summer timetables are extended until midnight.
Bicycles: Bikes are available for hire in most resorts.
- Busy harbour
- Relaxed atmosphere
- White wash houses