Paros Island


Throughout the centuries Paros has had a rich history, which starts from mythology, continues through ancient times, the classic, the Hellenistic times, and the Roman times up to today.

During the First Cycladic Period in the 3rd millennium before Christ,  Paros civilization developed rapidly, based on the expansion of shipping and commerce and, together with other Cycladic islands, played an important role in the social life of the region, at a time when all shipping power of consequence was in the east Mediterranean.


Archeological Sites

  • Ancient Cemetery – Parikia
  • Ancient Pottery Workshop – Parikia
  • Venetian Castle
  • Sanctuary Of Asklipios – Parikia
  • and many more…


    • Archaeological Museum – Parikia
    • Byzantine Museum of Ekatontopyliani – Parikia
    • Folklore Museum – Naoussa
    • Ecclesiastical School – Naoussa
    • Perantinos museum – Marpissa
    • and many more



    • Panagia the Ekatontapiliani
    • Panagia Septemvriani – Parikia
    • Monastery of Aghios Minas – Marathi
    • Aghia Pakou Church
    • Monastery of Agios Antonios
    • and many many more…


    • Farangas
    • Kolimbithres
    • Pounta Beach
    • Parasporos
    • Logaras
    • Santa Maria
    • Xifara
    • Molos
    • Tsoukalia
    • Lageri
    • and many many more…

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