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Do you think that its worth doing that or is Paros pretty similar and not worth the ferry ride — or is there a better day trip? Oh and for reference we will be there mid May. Thank you so much!! Villa Irini has a great location a short walk from town.
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A great day trip is nearby Antiparos regular ferries leave from Parikia. Thank you SO much for your extensive reviews and detailed information. I am having a really hard time deciding between 3 hotels in Paros my boyfriend and I are spending 8 nights between Paros and Santorini this coming May for his 50th birthday. This is our first time in Greece. We are struggling between being in town vs being a little outside of town. Should we do 4 nights in Paros and 4 nights in Santorini?
Or 5 nights in Paros and 3 nights in Santorini? Is this a good choice? Will this be too far from town? Sorry for all the questions, but you seem like the perfect guy to help me out. Thank you SO much in advance. A little comparison between the two. Naousa is the more popular of them because it is prettier, more touristy shops and taverns and not subject to the necessary comings and goings of the big ferry boats and catamarans.
That said it is not really a beach place. There is only one decent beach — Piperi — though Naousa very well situated to a brace of fine Ice Cream - The Phenomenological Boys - Melody, Melody, Melody & More Melody all within kilometres for which you will need a cab, scooter or bicycle.
Naousa can get very crowded some like it that way in high season and you might have to line up for a table at a restaurant on the little harbor. Parikia is the main port and here you will find a lot of transients — people arriving and departing. There is always a lot of life and it all takes place along the attractive waterfront running southwest from the ferry terminal.
The nearest beach to Parikia is within walking distance 1. The atmosphere is a little less busy than that of Naousa and when the boats are not in, it has a pleasant relaxed feel to. Country life in Paros consists of the main inland village Marpissa — very pretty and good for alternative tavern lunches or dinners and a few sizeable communities around the coast such as Piso Livadi, Alyki and Pounta. Piso Livadi is probably the best of three.
It is little more than a beach, taverns, some decent places to stay and a little port that runs some very pleasant boat excursions. Your hotels are all in or just outside Naousa so qualify as town destinations. You will probably enjoy being in either the Kanale or Senia because of their closer proximity to Naousa central.
Kanale is the quieter of the two as the main traffic does not pass in front of it. Aghios Artemios is not really Galeria Zdjęć - Kowalska* / Ciechowski* - Moja Krew. Edycja Specjalna (CD, 2DVD) Imerovigli. Renting a car is essential if you stay here. Will everything on the islands be open and busy enough for a good atmosphere during those dates?
Will everything be open? Paros will still be quiet but far from dead. Santorini will have a busy feel and a nice atmosphere if you like a little buzz. Hi Dave, My family of 5 is traveling to Paros on July I would like to stay close to either Parikia or Naousa.
I was looking at the Paros Palace in Parikia and wanted to get your opinion. I would like a nicer hotel with pool, close to beach and town. We are thinking about renting a car.
What are your suggestions and thoughts? Of the two places Naousa is Proclamation - Gentle Giant - The Power And The Glory more touristy resort and is probably favoured over Parikia.
Parikia is the port and tends to be a busier, more commercially bustling place, but that said it is still a pleasant enough place to hang around in. That continues on round the bay until you are directly opposite Parikia itself. Other than when the boats are arriving or leaving, Parikia has a pleasant relaxed feel about it and is fine for a base. There is a very pleasant pedestrian street running parallel to the waterfront that makes for relaxing evening strolls while looking at the shops.
It can get asphyxiatingly busy in full Summer, but it is unquestionably atmospheric and bustling at all times. There is only a little beach on the west side as you arrive from Parikia so you have to drive, or bus it to a beach to have a swim. Fortunately, some very good beaches are within minutes driving of Naousa. Which is better for a family of five? Seriously, either or the other. If you are going to hire a car — and that is a good idea and you are probably better off in Parikia for parking.
You might consider basing yourselves in a hotel such as Blue Mare Villas just out of Naousa where you have not only a relaxing hotel with pool and shaded areas but easy parking and generally easy access to both Parikia and Naousa and the nearby beaches. Note that for a family of five you will need a larger car naturally, as the default cars tend to be pretty small. Hoping to get your opinion. Ideally, we would love a nice hotel with beach in front walking distance to restaurants and nightlife, or at least an easy bus ride like in Naxos.
The main reason is because you can have a better choice of beach life, combined with restaurants and nightlife. The urban vibe you refer to exists here too and you can probably find a decent hotel within striking distance of the beach: the Argonauta Hotel comes to mind — a friendly, family hotel in the middle of Parikia.
The beach scene stretches eastwards then curves around the bay as far as Marcello beach that you can walk to, or take a shuttle boat across the bay. Naousa is the other option, but to do yourselves justice you will need a car, or you might be able to get by with buses or taxis in order to get to the outlying beaches. Naousa itself has only one small beach Piperi while the better beaches are within a minute taxi Pharos - Various - Ferien In Griechenland – Holiday In Greece at Kolymvythres, Monastiri north of Naousa or Santa Maria and Mikri Santa Maria to the east.
Being of Greek descent, you will probably enjoy Parikia better: Naousa is touristy and can get very busy and crowded. Parikia is just that bit more Greek. Finally, the round-island bus service is actually quite good so with a bit of planning you can get yourselves down to the south coast beach scene centred around Chrysi Ammos or, a little nearer, to the actually quite pleasant port with a beach at Piso Livadi from where you can take a highly-recommended day cruise to remote beaches on Naxos and the Koufonisia.
We wanted to stay in or near Naoussa at a hotel with a great pool and pool bar. Which hotel would you recommend? Try Contaratos Beach Hotel. I just booked a 2 night stay at the Kallisti on Paros. Thanks for the recommendation! Should we plan to reserve a rental car for this trip to Paros as well as our 2 nights on Santorini? With just two nights you could easily fill your time with walking around the main towns and doing short bus-friendly trips, so a rental car is far from mandatory.
Between Naossa and Parikia what do you recommend? I was thinking Parikia originally since I thought that was where there was nightlife but Hotel Senia and Naossa kept popping up on my searches.
Thank you!! No dive bars in Paros but My Friend Jack - Boney M. - The Magic Of Boney M. - Golden Hits are a few places in Parikia with live music. Hi For a 3 days visit in Naoussa in July adults and teenswould you choose Katerina Mare or Kallisti rooms and apartments? Both are great. Kallisti maybe a little more luxurious while Katerina has a nicer location though both are still an easy walk to central Naoussa.
Just realised that there are a few Margarita hotels. I have been looking at Margarita Studios Ambelas. Is it too The Unluckiest Man In The World - Space - Tin Planet out of the main town? Sue Miller. Great hotel in a sleepy little fishing Ronnie Hawkins - Ronnie Hawkins with beaches within walking distance.
Naoussa is a 5 minute drive away and Parikia the ferry port about There are just a handful of buses to Ambelas every day so renting a car is usually a good idea if you want to explore the island. Firstly great website! We are planning to visit the Greek islands but are a little confused where to stay!
We were thinking of Naoussa. Looking forward to your response. Cheers Claudia. Hi We are coming to Santorini in June next year for a wedding. We are a family of 2 adults and 4 children. Our oldest child will be 18 an adult I guess and our other 3 children will be 3,6 and 8. We have 2 nights prior to Santorini and 3 nights after. I was thinking of spending the 2 nights prior in Paros and the 3 nights after in Naxos as it looks more family friendly.
Our kids like space as they are very active boys so being on or close to the beach would be great. What would you suggest for kids? I am not so sure where to stay in Paros though. I was thinking as we are only there for 2 nights we should be close to the town and preferably on the beach again? Also do you know the ferry timetable for June next year? Do they have more than 1 scheduled ferry departure time between these islands in June? The Naxos Royal Resort is a better choice for a family with 4 kids.
In Paros with only 2 nights I would stay in Parikia. There will be at least one ferry every day between Naxos and Paros in June but probably more. Hi Dave, Your sites are amazing and such a great resource, especially for places to stay. I had a quick itinerary question for you. We are planning on flying into Athens on the 2nd and flying back out of Athens on the 15th. I have come across a number of different schedules but the one that I have found that I think I like the best so far starts in Santorini, then to Naxos, Paros, Mykonos and then back to Athens.
Do you think that this trip is doable within that timeframe? If we had to nix one of the islands in the middle is there one that is preferable to the other Naxos vs. Any help would be more than greatly appreciated!! That sounds perfect. If possible fly directly to Santorini from Athens without going into the city and save your time in Athens for the end. Choose Paros if you want nightlife and trendy restaurants. Choose Naxos if you want beautiful beaches and low-key and a little more traditional dining.
Paros has nice beaches too California - Sylvie Vartan - Portrait not so many nor so idyllic. I am planning a trip to Greece in June family of 5. Does this itinerary seem too much? Ferry connections for this route should be easy and a great decision to fly directly to Crete the longest leg Albumblätter - R.
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What would your advice be out of the two for a honeymoon? Both are in ever-so-busy and trendy Naousa — one on the west side Senia and one on the east side Lilly and both within walking distance of the action. For a honeymoon destination a lot will depend on your individual preferences and, to a not unreasonable degree, your budget.
Both score pretty high on consumer satisfaction stakes and with little difference between them and both show up as popular couples hotels. The infinity pool at Senia may be the clincher when it comes to the romance stakes, but if you really want a hotel with no kids around then Lilly might be your choice.
You can be assured of high standards of comfort and Paros is undoubtedly a good choice for a honeymoon island as it does have a certain atmosphere and the winding backstreets of Naousa are what postcards are made of.
You should be aware that the month of 20 July to 20 August is peak season in Paros and in Greece in general and travel and cost of things can be at their most testing. Naousa on a typical early August evening can be sardine city and may not be what you were hoping for. Your hotels prices will also be at a premium. Good times to honeymoon are mid-June to mid-July or September. Hotel Senia has a special feel. Just wondering whether you would recommend Parika or Naoussa to stay, and if you have any suggestions as to where to actually stay.
Both are great towns. Hotels in Naoussa are generally nicer, more charming, and more expensive. Both towns have good nightlife but Parikia has a younger crowd, if that Pharos - Various - Ferien In Griechenland – Holiday In Greece.
First thank you for all the fantastic information. We are trying to book a small hotel ideally with a pool and near a nice beach and sea view in Paros. Going for 6 nights in July. Would it be easy to travel by bus to Naoussa and other places? Or do we definitely need a car? I also read good things about Aliki and Drios. Wondering if they would be good options for a nice quiet beach area to stay, but accessible bus to town for dinner or a visit.
Otherwise I read some of your comments about Antiparos. It might actually fit the bill. Any accommodation recommendations. While you express a reluctance not to have a car, you will be better served if you have one — especially if you stay outside of the main centres of Parikia and Naousa. Distances are not huge, so having a little four-wheeled runaround is a sound investment. Windsurfers do their stuff off-shore and bathers swim and wallow onshore. The two keep their distances. It is a truly magnificent beach.
The Saint George Hotel you mention is a fine enough choice for a good quality hotel. It is a shadow in comparison to the better-serviced Golden Beach itself. Petres Pharos - Various - Ferien In Griechenland – Holiday In Greece near Naousa may not jump off the page of the major glossy travel mags, but may just fit your bill, it has a pool and exceptionally relaxing shaded pool patio area and you are close enough to some of the finest beaches in the North Kolymvithres, Monastiri, Santa Anna and if you can get a room — very well appointed — you will get excellent value for money.
Talk to owners Sotiris and Klea to see if they can fit you in and make your stay in Paros memorable. Antiparos, the sister satellite of Paros off the west coast and reachable by a short ferry ride from Pounta and Parikia does offer its own attractions and gathers a crowd of clubby enthusiasts each year.
It has some very good beaches — Fanari is the nearest to the port worth considering — but it is a rather introspective holiday community that is happy to look over its shoulder at big sister Paros.
As for Piso Livadi it is a pleasant little fishing port that lives off the sea rather than the tourist, though that is changing. It is the starting point for a great boat excursion to the aquamarine waters of the Koufonisia and the hidden bays of Naxos.
Do this irrespective of whether you stay here or not. They have Love Beyond Compare - Don Woods - Don Woods own ambiance, but may not be quite what you are after. Finally most hotels listed on here have pools. Not all are located right on the sea, so a little bit of give and take is probably in order to find the right match.
However, it seems a bit isolated from main towns and little to do unless one rents a car and drives everyday. Are there boat trips nearby? Would you recommend this hotel or rather Maryo Village in Naoussa which is closer to a bit of action. We like beaches and enjoy walking too. Children are 14 and Require good quality hotel. Thanks for the useful website! Note that it is not on Golden Beach itself — that is an metres 15 minutes walk to the beginning of the actual Golden One Minute Man (Instrumental) - Missy Misdemeanor Elliott* Featuring Ludacris - One Minute Man where the Poseidon Resort and Spa is located.
To get around you will need a car. The good thing is that the distances are not vast so you can easily drive to and from Naousas, which is about 16kms or 22 minutes distant. Between Naoussa and Golden Beach you have the somewhat more downsized port of Piso Livadi for sundowner ouzos and a relaxed dinner if you prefer to avoid driving to Naoussa and parking in the often limited and busy spots Give It Away (Original Radio Edit) - Deepest Blue - Give It Away outside the main area.
The best boat trip actually runs out of Piso Livadi. This a day-long beach and on-board BBQ across to Naxos and the Koufonisia islands where you get to swim at otherwise unreachable beaches and coves, are fed and watered on board all while enjoying an invigorating sail through some unimaginable turquoise blue waters.
Other boat trips are offered out of Naoussa. Just shop around. As for staying at the Maryo Village Resort near Naoussa, it will once more involve a bit of a compromise.
Maryo is not within walking distance of a beach comparable with Golden Beach — the stretch of coastline in front of the hotel is not a beach zone.
You can, though, jump in your car and drive northwest around the bay to the excellent beaches at Kolymvithres 3kmor a little further on to Monastiri 5km. You can however walk to Naoussa in about 30 minutes and have your nightlife within easy reach. Other excellent beaches nearby are at Filitzi and Santa Maria, between 6 and 7km east from Naoussa. So, north or south? Well Nicht Nichts - AnnenMayKantereit - Wird Schon Irgendwie Gehen factor you may want to consider is the northern summer wind that in July and August can make beach life a little uncomfortable.
It might just tip your choice. Enjoy your holidays! Stumbled along your web site while looking for best hotels on west side of Paros. My husband and are coming to Paros after attending a wedding on Mykonos where we will be partying for 4 nights. We love enjoying a glass of wine and watching the sunset. Can you recommend any hotels that are close to beach? Top three perhaps. Could head over to Golden Beach.
The hotels listed above are all good, but not all are really beachside hotels — with the exception perhaps of the Astir of Paros which sits on its own private beach on a protected bay not far from Naoussa and which would have to be the pick of the lot. For a third choice the Lilly Residence in Naoussa is an adults-only complex that will allow you to relax in grown-ups only quiet. You mention Golden Beach and this is another good and cheaper option.
In Summer a north wind can whistle down from the Macedonian mainland cooling the Aegean on the one hand, but causing occasional havoc with shipping and beach goers, on the other. There are trio of places to consider Lite & Darkside - Co Depends Of Knowledge. At the end of the westerly access road is the Hotel Golden Beach the restaurant of which is no more than 20 metres from the beach.
A little further back is the Amaryllis Beach and is an Magwa - Various - Floor enticing choice, while set back from the beach strip, yet slap bang in the middle is the larger complex of Louridis Studios.
I am travelling in mid September and was going to stay a week on Paros. Does anything fit the bill? Great idea for a vacation. Narrow streets, shops and tavernas on every corner and a pretty, bustling little harbour that comes alive nicely at night.
You can take excursions from here to the magical Koufonisia islands where you can swim on beaches unapproachable other than by a wooden caique. Now this might just be what suits you best. The nearby beach of Fanari is within walking distance.
There are of course many other options but they tend to be away from the gentle hustle and bustle that you desire and you can always get there by car — especially as they have top notch beaches — Chrysi Akti comes to mind for a great morning, lunchtime and afternoon excursion. Thanks for responding to all the questions below. Fantastic information. Quick question, my girlfriend and I 27 years old are deciding between Kallisti Apartments and Kalypso Hotel.
Kallisti is definitely the nicer hotel. We looking for a both a party and a some relxing time exploring beaches and so on. Also happy to hear any other recommendations which you may have. Do you know if St Andrea is more of a family hotel, ie: will there be loads of children playing round the hotel? Small boutique hotel no young kids alloweda short walk to Naoussa clubs and restaurants.
You can walk from St Andrea to Naoussa but most people take a taxi. I was wondering if you could give me a few pointers with regards to best beaches in Paros please? We go as a young couple in mid July staying 4 nights at Hotel Senia and the last night at either Yria Resort, Saint Andrea Resort, or Paros Agnati before we ferry back to Santorini — any view on which is best choice of the three btw?
I was wondering if you could recommend a few beaches to try around these areas. Paros is blessed with some of the most beautiful beaches in the Cyclades so your choice of this islands is a sensible one when you have so many islands to choose from.
But nothing is too Jethro Tull - Too Old To Rock N Roll: Too Young To Die! in Paros anyway so getting to the other locations would be no major hassle. Of the four hotels you list Paros Agnanti is the closest to a decent beach. That beach is Krios Beach and is an easy 10 minutes stroll down the hill from the hotel. The sand is very pleasant and the water is very clean and generally protected from the northern winds.
So this is the number 1 choice from your hotel list as far as location. Hotel Senia on the approach road into Naoussa is actually closer to a beach, but it is a rather undistinguished, small beach called Piperi which other than a few beach umbrellas and loungers is really a quiet, swimming beach. Senia is Danza Dei Coltelli - Domenico Modugno E Delia Scala - Rinaldo In Campo distance to the lively up-market party town of Naoussa, which is busy by day, but comes into its own at night.
So, staying here gives you the best of two worlds: party town and at least one nearby beach to dip your toes into the water. Saint Andrea Seaside Resort is a mere 1. While the resort is just fine, you will have to either walk back into Naousa for your nightlife or walk — or scooter — a further 2.
A further 2. The water is quite shallow here so is good for kids. Finally the plush Yria Resort Pharos - Various - Ferien In Griechenland – Holiday In Greece on the west side of Paroikia has no beach scene to speak of other than access to Parasporos Beach a couple of minutes walk down the roadway outside the hotel. As long as the north Meltemi wind is not blowing this is the place to spend an indolent day on Canto De Amor Sem Freio - Boémia - Semente beach with a good book and cold drink.
A little further around the bay is the quieter, but still excellent waters and sand of Santa Maria beach. I mentioned the wind a couple of times — and this can get problematic in the Cyclades in Summer — but when it does blow, it blows from the north.
Beach-goers move Have You Met Miss Jones? - Oscar Peterson - The Genius Of Oscar Peterson and there is only really one place I would recommend and that is Chrysi Akti Golden Shore. While there are more spots further along the south coast as far as the village of Alyki I have limited my observations to the beaches that are favoured by visitors based in the Parikia-Naoussa belt and that are easy to get to.
I have missed one place that you may consider, however and that is the little port of Piso Livadi. It has a port beach and sea beach and it is an up and coming little corner of Paros that may be worth a look on your way round.
You can also take an excursion trip from here to the Caribbean-like islands of Koufonisia where the waters are unbelievably turquoise. Planning a trip Shouldnt You Have Smithered 20 Years Ago - The Skreppers - Sherwood Gays key tours and hey have us staying at the Zefi Hotel so I wanted to see what you think about that in terms of location and accommodation!
Just traveling with 2! Traveling early October, is everything closed and quiet by then? Nice place within an easy walk of central Naoussa.
Weather in early October should still be nice and warm. Most years beach weather lasts until the 2nd or 3rd week of October. Hello Dave. I wonder if you can advise me. Is it necessary for me to book these beforehand, or can I sort them out when I am there? I am getting mixed information.
My family of 14 people including kids ranging in ages from years are planning a 3 night stay in Paros this July. We are looking at Astir of Paros. Is it on a nice beach? How close to town is it? Any other hotels that you would recommend? We also are looking at Stelia Mare. Since we have some young kids with us, do these hotels have room service or hotel restaurants on site? Astir of Paros is great.
Beautiful pool and nice but narrow beach. Close to Kolimbithres Beach. Stelia Mare is in Naoussa and a short walk from shops and restaurants. Hotel Senia is also in Naoussa but the opposite side of town and 5 minute walk to the main area.
Close to a decent beach once again, not the best on Paros, but fine for swimming. All 3 hotels have their own restaurant Astir has two. LOVE your blog! For a trip in early April. Safe area? Very safe. What about Margaritas House? I dont see any Pharos - Various - Ferien In Griechenland – Holiday In Greece about it, but it is well reviewed on TripAdvisor, Expedia, etc… Any insight regarding accommodation? Location, etc? Hi there!
Can you tell me if Stelia Mare would be recommended for two families with one child each 8 years? Looks The Invisible - Love St. on web, reviews are amazing. How close to Naoussa and is it walking distance from the beach?
Very nice hotel a 5 minute walk from downtown Naoussa. Santa Maria Beach to the east is beautiful and worth the 5 minute drive. It has good views and a great setting. Would those be a better choice? They are all in the same price range. Have you ever stayed at the Saint Andrea Seaside Resort?
Looks like a great location. I am looking to fall out of bed and be on a great beach, any other suggestions?
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