Paros & Antiparos

Our holidays to Paros offer sand, sea and sun – the island is situated in the centre of the Cyclades and is ringed by golden, sandy beaches. It is a fertile island with vineyards, wheat and barley fields, citrus and olive groves.

Our Recommended Paros & Antiparos Properties
  • Mr & Mrs White

    Mr & Mrs White Paros is situated in the picturesque village of Naoussa and offers easy access to all of the village amenities including the selection of tavernas and restaurants as well as the secluded beach at Agioi Anargyroi.

  • Hotel Agnanti

    Situated immediately behind the Blue Flag beach of Krios, in a quiet location, Hotel Agnanti is just 2km from Parikia, the main town of Paros.

  • Archipelagos Resort

    Combining minimalistic simplicity with traditional Cycladic architecture, the newly completed Archipelagos Resort is a luxurious base and an ideal choice for those looking for quality facilities combined with refined service.

  • Lillys Residence

    A delightfully charming boutique style hotel, set within an amphitheatrical landscape of curves stepping down to a central covered stone terrace, 

  • Dolphin Villas & Suites

    Located in Aghios Georgios with views over Despotiko island, the Dolphin Villas and Suites are traditionally Aegean but with superb facilities.  

  • Saint Andrea Resort

    Located on the northern side of the island of Paros, just 1.5km from glamorous Naoussa Town lies the stunning St Andrea Resort.

  • Yria Boutique Hotel & Spa

    Built among lush gardens, flower beds and meandering pathways, and modeled on a village of cubist Cycladic houses,  the Yria Resort & Spa is an oasis of luxury and elegance.

We have carefully chosen our Paros hotels and also feature a selection of luxury hotels in Paros all of which are in ideal locations for exploring the island and the main resorts are Naoussa, Parikia and Agia Irini.

Holidays to Paros will offer something for everyone, whether you are seeking peace and tranquillity or a busy bustling town. Parikia is the capital, a lively port with a maze of winding streets. There are many shops, restaurants and tavernas plus lively music bars.

Naoussa is quieter, set on its own bay; it is a delightful fishing port 11km from Parikia. There is a small shingle beach and the bay is very popular for windsurfing. There is an abundance of fish tavernas offering local cuisine. Nightlife here is fairly laid back.

Just off the west coast of Paros, nestles its small sister island of Antiparos and is perfect for those looking for a quieter holiday. The only real settlement is Kastro in the north where most of the 650 Antiperians live. The island boasts a Venetian castle and is a delightful fishing village with a good choice of tavernas and a sandy beach.