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Temperatures rise steadily starting from April. The landscape becomes green and covered with flowers. Aromatic herbs, bay trees and jasmines release their fragrance upon the first warm sun beams of spring.


Streets whiten and get busy to welcome the beautilful season.


Easter feats celebrate the return of light. A magical moment in the small streets of Parikia. It is the time when women make the traditionnal “koulouria” biscuits, as well as the brioche bread called “tsoureki”. Villages fill up with festivities and traditionnal songs.


It is the good moment for hiking and discover the small villages in the center of the island. A must is to step onto the “byzantine path” a classic walking trail of Paros that starts from the pittoresque village of Lefkes and leads to the Prodromos and Marpissa villages. A wonderful journey of a few hours.




Paros fills with visitors, heat and life to let you discover true sunny holidays.


The island’s beaches are all different and the coastline has received EU’s Blue Flag. You will therfore make the most of central beaches, those you will discover along a road or wild ones at the end of a trail. Whatever your ideal beach is, you will certainly find it on Paros.


It is the perfect place to practise Kite Surf, scuba diving or dive from the Koratas Cape or Kolimpithres. In Paros Park, you may attend open-air concerts or step onto a night stroll. You may also have fun until daybreak at Parikia or Naoussa.


Immerse into the beauty of villages where the mediterranean spirit prevails. Naoussa with typical Venitian influence, it’s potscard perfection port, small streets ending into the sea and taverns serving greek culinary delights. As well as Lefkes in the center of the island and former capital city of Paros.




If you like to take advantage of an Indian Summer, thanks to its weather conditions, fall is the time for hiking and beaches until late October…


It is the perfect season because northly winds have calmed down. The landscape turns with autumnal colours, sea water is still warm, streets becom calmer and it is harvest time for olives, grapes, oil and wine.


During fall, The landscape become magical with changing colours, greek herbs’ fragrance fills the countryside after the first rains. Prices become mild.



Until end of December, Take advantage of a nice stroll under the sun and along the sea or mountain.

Then have a relish of a hot mountain aromatic herbs tea, honey or cinnamon pastries with home-made jams.

In January, for Epiphany, you will be able to assist to water benediction and plunge into the cold sea to recover the cross thrown by the priest.