Must see attractions in Paros

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    Paros Park

    This 80-hectare park north of Naoussa features impressive rock formations, caves, hidden coves and gorgeous beaches. There's a lot going on here, with…

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    Panagia Ekatontapyliani

    The Panagia Ekatontapyliani, which dates from AD 326, is one of the finest churches in the Cyclades. The building is three distinct churches: Agios…

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    Archaeological Museum

    Fronted by four intricately carved stone sarcophagi, this museum harbours some important pieces, including a 5th-century BC Nike on the point of alighting…

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    Lefkes Ceramic Workshop

    The Lefkes Ceramic Workshop features Kostas Fifas and his award-winning ceramic works. The unique crackle style was passed down by Kostas' father.

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    Hrysi Akti (Golden Beach)

    Paros' best beach is a wide sandy crescent to the southeast with excellent conditions for water sports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing.

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    Frankish Kastro

    Check out the outer walls of this fortress, built by the Venetian Duke Marco Sanudo of Naxos in AD 1260. Built with the stones from ancient buildings that…

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    Ancient Cemetery

    North along the waterfront is a fenced ancient cemetery dating from the end of the 8th century BC. It was in use until the 3rd century AD. Excavations in…

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    Byzantine Museum

    The Byzantine Museum, within the Panagia Ekatontapyliani compound, has a collection of icons and other artefacts.

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    Windmill Roundabout

    This beautifully intact Cycladic windmill sits right outside the main ferry terminal and is a central point in Parikia.