Ferry to Paros
Passengers travelling by ferry to Paros disembark at the port of Parikia, the picturesque capital of the pulsing Cyclades Island!
Travelling to the Destination Paros
The whole place is adorned with the typical Cycladic architecture and stretches over the long beach. Slightly above the bright shining white houses stands a brick-roofed church. It is the Byzantine Church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani, one of the most important Early Christian monuments in Greece. Close to Parikia, about 5 km away, is the Butterfly Valley Petaloudes.
Passengers travelling to the destination Paros travel back in the past. Numerous famous Cycladic churches and monasteries offer unique sightseeing. There are also a lot of museums that can be visited. One of those hosts artifacts from Roman times back to the Neolithic Age. From the island comes the most beautiful white marble in the world that has been popular with tourists for years. Parikia and Naoussa are the most visited places. However, the most beautiful beaches are located outside of Parikia next to Kaminia, Krio and Agios Fokas.
Paros is located in the center of the Cycladic island group, next to Naxos. Ferry routes Paros begin in the port of Piraeus and Rafina in Athens. The island is also accessible from the Cyclades, Ikaria, Furni, Samos, Crete and Thessaloniki. During summer high speed ferries execute many daily routes to Paros.
Schedules & Prices Paros
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