PAROS VILLAS RENT A VILLA IN PAROS Price starts from to Number of Bedrooms 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11++ Location Agia Irini Ambelas Dryos Faragas Golden Beach Krios Naousa Parikia Petaloudes Santa Maria Sarakiniko Voutakos Villa Name Alberta Amethyste Coco Delia Desma Doris Eden Estate Eden House One Eden House Two Escapade Estrella Felicia Gemma Discover our extensive collection of Luxury Villas in Paros Alberta Golden Beach, Paros 4 8 4 from1215 € per dayper day Amethyste Faragas, Paros 6 12 6 from1360 € per dayper day Coco Santa Maria, Paros 4 10 4 from800 € per dayper day Delia Voutakos, Paros 7 15 6 from1500 € per dayper day Desma Krios, Paros 4 8 4 from1440 € per dayper day Doris Petaloudes, Paros 5 10 6 Price Upon Request Eden Estate Dryos, Paros 8 16 8 Price Upon Request Eden House One Dryos, Paros 4 8 4 Price Upon Request Eden House Two Dryos, Paros 4 8 4 Price Upon Request Escapade Ambelas, Paros 7 14 7 Price Upon Request Estrella Parikia, Paros 6 12 7 Price Upon Request Felicia Agia Irini, Paros 6 12 6 from900 € per dayper day Gemma Voutakos, Paros 7 14-17 7 from900 € per dayper day PAROS Rent a Villa in Paros About Paros Things to do in Paros About Paros The island of Paros is located in the center of the Cyclades, halfway between Athens and Santorini. The Mediterranean climate of this Greek Island provides very hot and dry summers, making it a very popular holiday destination. Paros is suitable for every type of visitor: Numerous sandy beaches, churches, chapels and monasteries make the heart of every traveller beat faster. The capital of the island is Parikia, where you can find a variety of small local shops, located in a maze of narrow streets with typical Cycladic architecture. It also has one of the largest ports in the Cyclades with connections to most other major islands, making it an excellent starting point for a hopping island adventure. Naoussa, a fishing village in the north of the island, is arguably the most beautiful place of Paros. The romantic old port is still used by local fishing boats and is considered to be the most beautiful harbor in the Cyclades. Whether you prefer a quiet, peaceful holiday or an active, educational one, Paros has all the options. And for those who just want to enjoy the sun and the sand, Paros is blessed with a wide variety of types of beaches, from hidden little rocky bays, to long, wide sandy stretches. Things to do in Paros Visit Panagia Ekatontapiliani Built originally in the 4th century, also known as the Church of a Hundred Doors, Panagia Ekatontapiliani is one of Greece’s most important Byzantine temples. The complex consists of a central church surrounded by two smaller ones, as well as a Baptistery where you can see a rare crucifix made of marble. Water Sports at Golden Beach Paros has a long tradition as an island that is ideal for watersports. If you’re into watersports, a trip to Golden Beach is a must. Golden Beach is a famous windsurfing spot where the Windsurfing World Championship was held for many years. Visit Kolimbithres beach With its shallow crystal clear waters, Kolimbithres is one of the most famous beaches in Paros. The uniquely shaped granite rocks, formed by the sun, the air and the sea make the beach one of a kind. Paros Park On the northernmost part of the island, you’ll find Paros Park. In this Environmental and Cultural 80 hectare park, you will discover hidden caves and beautiful beaches. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch retro movies under the stars in the famous open-air cinema Enastron.