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Paros is an island of Greece, part of the Cyclades island group, in the central Aegean Sea. Historically it was known for its fine white marble; today it is considered as the 'island for every man', as almost every ferry stops here, and according to the locals once people stop here some simply do not want to leave. Visitors enjoy the many delightful beaches that offer a range of water-based activities including kayaking, windsurfing and sailing. Then there’s horseback riding on the beaches and hills, the sampling of food at the great local restaurants, as well as shopping for affordable gifts for family and friends.
Wander through beautiful traditional villages such as the colourful village Náoussa, where the ruins of a Venetian fortress stand at the entrance to its small harbour. Léfkes, located at the highest point of Paros enjoys stunning views of the island. It is set up in the mountains and is surrounded by a rich green landscape. It has very well preserved Cycladic and neoclassical buildings, beautiful squares and narrow marble alleys. The Museum of Aegean Folk Culture at Léfkes offers a tour of the culture of the Archipelago. Discover the Aegean world through its exhibits that are related to the architecture, traditional trades, and geology of the islands.
Interesting alternatives include: visiting the quaint fishing village of Naoussa; examining the distinctive pottery at Studio Yria; or visiting the Aegean Wildlife Hospital that has been established in Paros since 1995, and appreciate the fantastic work that is accomplished. Whatever you do, you are sure to realise that Paros is Greece in the present tense. From traditional island life to Internet Cafés, it has it all. It is also home to: Panagia Ekatontapiliani, a landmark Byzantine church from the 4th century AD, and the north coast's Kolimbithres, a beach where naturally sculpted rocks form swimming coves.