Naousa of Paros is the second largest village on the island, after the capital Parikia, from which it is 11 kilometers away. It is located on the northern side of the island and successfully combines the traditional island character with a cosmopolitan aura.

Despite the increased development in recent years, Naousa still retains its authentic island character. Its picturesque alleys, the Venetian castle on the beach, and its impressive harbor with private boats offer stunning views.

Naousa offers everything a visitor needs for a comfortable stay, such as luxury hotels, rental rooms, and villas. It also has a large market with a variety of shops where you can find many local products. Next to the picturesque harbor, you will find many taverns and restaurants offering fresh fish.

Naousa is undoubtedly the epicenter of Paros’ nightlife, as the entire island parties there until the morning.


Alyki is a picturesque coastal settlement in southern Paros, about 12 kilometers from Parikia, near the airport, and 23 kilometers from Naousa. The beautiful and picturesque village of Paros, Alyki, has retained the atmosphere of a traditional settlement, even though it is a popular destination, especially for those who desire peaceful and family vacations.

Alyki is famous for its taverns and its good and fresh seafood and fish. It becomes the center of the island’s activities on August 6th when the festival of the Savior is organized, and on September 14th for the festival of the Cross, which attracts many people.

The beach that attracts the most visitors is Pisso Alyki, which is very close to the village and can be reached on foot.


Lefkes is the most mountainous village of Paros, built below a hill with pine trees at an altitude of 200 meters. The village of Lefkes was the first capital of the island and is located 11 kilometers away from the current capital, Parikia.

Besides the white poplars (lefkes) that gave the village its name, olive trees and other trees thrive thanks to the running waters. One of the standout attractions is the church of the Holy Trinity (Agia Triada), which is the second largest after Ekatontapyliani.

The traditional houses of the village are built amphitheatrically, creating many narrow alleys ideal for walking. The use of cars is prohibited inside the village, making the alleys and paths starting from Lefkes perfect for strolling. There are many shops and taverns.

At the end of August, the Karavola Festival is the reason for one of the biggest celebrations in the village, with plenty of food, karavoles (large snails), music, and dance. For a unique tour of Lefkes, renting a quad/ATV is an ideal choice that will make the drive an unforgettable experience.

Piso Livadi

Piso Livadi is one of the most impressive seaside settlements of Paros, located on the eastern side of the island, 17 kilometers from Parikia and 12 kilometers from Naousa.

Piso Livadi in Paros is ideal for travelers who wish to enjoy tranquility and the authentic island atmosphere, while still having easy access to more lively areas of the island.

Piso Livadi is characterized by traditional white houses with blue doors and windows, reflecting the local Cycladic architecture. The alleys are narrow and stone-paved, adding a unique charm to the village. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming, making visitors feel as if they belong to the local community.

Piso Livadi also offers a wonderful view of the sea and the opposite island of Naxos. Visitors can enjoy sunsets and relax in traditional taverns offering delicious Greek dishes and seafood.

From the small port, you can often find boat routes to Naxos and other nearby islands. Additionally, the area offers the opportunity to visit nearby settlements such as Marpissa, Prodromos, Marmara, and Lefkes, enhancing the exploration of the region.


Antiparos is located 1 mile southwest across from Pounta in Paros, with just over 1000 inhabitants, and is accessible only by ferry boat. It is a small island of the Cyclades, making it an ideal destination for relaxation. Antiparos charms all travelers with its magical beaches and picturesque alleys.

Despite its small size, it has several beaches with golden sands, crystal-clear waters, and impressive caves where you can swim. Some of these include Faneromeni, Soros, and Agios Georgios, which require a vehicle to visit due to their distance.

There are several attractions in Antiparos, such as the Venetian castle and the cave. It offers hotels, rental rooms, traditional taverns, restaurants, and bars for nightlife.