On to Cap Korakas

Rocks chiseled by wind and water

It is a sunny and windless February morning. On Paros, an agricultural island by birth, Spring is making herself already felt. Our eyes are filled with the greenness of the new crops on the fields and the blueness of the archipelago that surrounds the land. A palette of cold colors, say the experts and the beaches are empty. Still, the brown earth and the stones that spring from her guts make up for the loss of warmth.

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Τhe Museums of Paros

Paros’ long and important history is widely recorded in monuments and paths, mansions and churches and of course in the museums of Paros with the Archaeological Museum in Parikia being the first and leading one. As you will see in the following brief presentation, in the museums of Paros you can admire ancient sculpture and pottery, byzantine icons, artifacts and documents from the Venetian rule as well as everyday-life items from Paros and the Aegean and get to know eminent personalities of the island. The smaller ones are open only in the summer. Check the opening hours and don't forget: the best way to discover Paros' museums and monuments is a tour with the licensed tourist guides of the island!

2020-07-28T08:16:09+00:00By |ACTIVITIES, MONUMENTS|Comments Off on Τhe Museums of Paros

Explore northeastern Paros on a bike

If you love cycling, the change of pace and the freedom it brings, Paros and Antiparos offer several bike options. Below we propose one of the best. It’s a relatively easy route across some of the most photogenic landscapes of the northeastern coast of Paros that stretches along quiet asphalt roads and dirt tracks winding through quaint villages and peaceful beaches, ideal for a refreshing dip in the sea.

2020-07-28T07:34:58+00:00By |ACTIVITIES, ROUTES|Comments Off on Explore northeastern Paros on a bike