Paros, known for its beaches and traditional villages, is one of the most popular of the Cycladic islands. Spend an afternoon in Paroikia and visit Panagia Ekatontapiliani, a Byzantine church built in the 4th century A.D. Naoussa is a picturesque fishing harbor on the northeast of the island filled with seafood restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. Enjoy a swim at Kolimbithres, an impressive beach where naturally sculpted rocks form swimming coves.
Antiparos is a small, charming island, which over the years has turned into the “it” summer destination for Athenians. It is perfectly situated for day trips to neighbouring secluded islands offering a range of bays to discover. Spend the day on Despotiko island, just a few miles away and return to Antiparos for a delicious late lunch at Captain Pipino’s taverna in Agios Georgios with the freshest seafood on the island. At night wander along the town’s main alley and enjoy an ice cream at Vicky’s.