pxy0705Lefkes on the island of Paros is a very beautiful and quiet town. When you come here, everything is white, like being covered with a layer of snow. Stone slab paths and steps stretched tortuously in the town. Walking on it, admiring the flowers and blue doors and windows outside the window, it is really very beautiful, and it is definitely a mecca for photos.
We were staying in Paros and took a bus ride to Lefkes. The buses on these islands are really great for getting around. We stopped at a local cafe right near the main church to ask directions to the Byzantine trail. He was very accommodating and gave us a map he had printed. The trail was easy to find, it's about 3.5 miles long with no outs along the way but good even for beginners. It gets hot on the trail with barely any shade so be sure to have plenty of water. When we walked the trail there were very few fellow hikers. At the end of the trail we walked into the nearby village bought some extra water and took a bus to Prodomos and had a wonderful meal sitting outside along the harbor and local fshing boats. Then we grabbed a bus to Parikia and another bus to Naoussa where we were staying. Back in time to catch the beautiful sunset with a glass of wine. What a remarkable day. All along the way meeting very friendly locals and trying to take in all the beauty of the island.
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Paros is an island of the Cyclades island group. Combining modern with traditional elements in the most unique way, Paros is a mix of traditional Cycladic architecture, vivid nightlife, magical Paros beaches, enchanting rural villages, and historical monuments. Whether you’re after a relaxing holiday or you are more of a thrill-seeker, Paros island Greece will give you exactly what you want!
Paros Greece is one of the most popular Greek islands! Boasting a beautiful natural landscape and 120 km of coastline, it has endless blonde-sand beaches, verdant mountains and cliff-top villages galore.
Being a short ferry ride away from Athens, Paros Greece is easily accessible from Piraeus port and Rafina Port. What’s more, its proximity to popular Cyclades islands, such as Mykonos, Santorini, and Naxos makes it the perfect Greece island hopping base!
The two main villages of Paros Greece (and also where the heart of the island’s nightlife beats) are Parikia and Naoussa. Full of traditional taverns, luxurious restaurants and sophisticated bars, Parikia and Naoussa overflow with young crowds every night. If crowded places and loud music aren’t your cups of tea, though, you can wander in the tranquil traditional villages of Lefkes and Marpissa. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the different faces of Paros!
In truth, this island is famous for one thing in particular: its beaches! Huge, sandy, with crystal clear waters and many facilities, Paros beaches are stunning! Santa Maria, Golden Beach Paros, Punta, and Kolymbithres are some of the most famous beaches in Paros. However, there are also many secluded beaches, for those who seek privacy.
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I love the Greek island and in particular Paros. Paros is a medium sized Greek island with amazing beaches and more upscale vibes than other Greek Islands.
If you plan to do some island hopping, make sure that you come to this gem as well. 😎
The hotel I stayed at is a well designed boutique hotel with less than 50 rooms. Just a stone throw away from the beach and the crystal blue water! 💙