There are many nice places to go to on the island. What I like most about Paros is its diversity. Every village, every beach, every area, is very different; has it's own atmosphere and visitors. Here is a list of things you can do.
Relax on a beautiful replica of an old fishingboat from Captain Ilias. He will bring you to the most beautiful places around Aliki, where you can enjoy swimming and snorkeling in turquoise water. They will offer the snorkling masks, drinks, fruits and a Greek salad.
Non private tour = 30 € p.p.
Duration 3,5 hours
You can ask us to make a reservation once you are here.
It is always depending on the weather if the boat can go out.
30 persons maximum on the boat.
Paros is a special place for hiking. Our friend Christoff will take you for a hike along the coast or in the mountains. There are more easy hikes, but also longer and more intense hikes that you can choose from. Good walking shoes is a must, and don't forget to bring drinking water.
You can ask us to make a reservation.
Price starting from 35 € for the coast hike of 1,5 hour up to 60 € for the 4 hours hike in the mountains, including private transportation to get there and back.
If you are looking for an inspiring and emotional underwater experience, try Slow Dive with Cycladic Diving in Paros! Guided dives and snorkeling in small groups with high professional standard, enviroment respect and welcoming atmosphere. They offer introductory experiences and full dive certification through PADI from entry to professional levels.
PADI TecRec courses available on request.
Benetos Skiadas, was a traditional artist from the Greek island, Paros.
He has depicted Cycladic history with large miniatures of ships and important buildings with unrivaled art and workmanship. Located just a few hundred meters outside Aliki. Definately worth a visit, great fun for children, young and old.
Butterfly valley is located four kilometers to the north of Aliki. It is a biotope with a small source, which is covered by dense vegetation; cypresses, plane-trees, oleanders, carob trees and orchards. This area is ideal for the Tiger moth butterfly. The butterflies gather at this specific area in June and they "disappear" in August. This happens because in September the female butterflies search for bushy areas to lay their eggs and then, they die. The caterpillars come out of the eggs in October and they turn into butterflies in May. In June, the butterflies come again at the valley and they stay fixed and almost still on the trees till August, when they mate.
If you want to have a nice soft baby skin again, go to Molos beach, put clay all over you, wait for the clay to dry, and then dive into the sea. Your skin will feel unbelievable soft...but it is better to wear an old bathing suit.....;-)
Not easy to find, you need to rent a car or bike.
The caves are one of the most impressing caves you will ever see in your life. They are one of the deepest caves in Europe about 150 meters deep. Don't forget to bring a long sleeved shirt or sweater with you, it is chilly down there.
To go there you can take the bus, from Aliki to Punta, then take the boat to Anti Paros and then another bus from where the boat arrives to the caves. Busses go regular, but not often.
You can also go with a car and take it on the small ferry (10 minutes from Paros to Anti Paros) and then go left to the caves.
Its also nice to go for an evening to the main village of Anti-Paros. Nice bars, restaurants and a shopping street were no cars are allowed. In half an hour you can walk to the other side of the island / village where you can enjoy the sunset with a nice drink.
Shops are open mornings and evenings, high season also until late in the evening, but they are closed between 14:00 and 18:00.
The boat back to Paros goes until midnight, sometimes even later, depending on the time of the year.
Thanasis Farm was established in 2002, and provides top quality horses for those who would like to learn to ride, as well as those with riding experience.
Thanassos is called a 'horse whisperer' and treats his animals realy well. If you want to go horse riding it is necessary to make an appointment the day before. For more information click on the button bellow:
Parikia is the capital of Paros and 12 km away from Aliki.
It's an experience never to forget, to stroll through the old backstreets of Parikia. Don't forget the church of the 100 doors, the 'Ekatontapiliani'.
Also nice to go for shopping; opening hours are 10:00 - 14:00 and 18:00 - 21:00, in high season shops stay open even longer, until about 23:00.
There is a bus from Aliki - Parikia, it takes about half an hour, price around 2 € . In high season busses go until about 23:30 but not very often. In low season the last buss is not so late. A taxi will cost about 20 - 25 €. A private van for max 8 people Aliki - Parikia is 50 €. One way.
The old port at the other side of the island, where most of the night life is happening. A lot of bars and restaurants. Prices in general are higher then in Parikia, the Greekn yet set is coming here for summer. There is a beautiful old small port, don't miss it...... and an old pirates fort. You can have a nice cocktail or eat fresh fish there, just caught by the local fisherman.
A different village, with different people, in the middle of the island, in the mountains. Quiet, no cars/bikes in the old centre. Nice to have a walk through and combine it with lunch/dinner.
Here people from all over the world get together for kitesurfing. 50 weeks a year with wind. Also the world championships kitesurfing take place on this beach.
If you know kitesurfing already, probably you have heard of this place and you should definitely go. If you don't know how to do kitesurfing, you can learn it here.
Or just go to watch. It is spectacular. and after take the boat from Punta (10 minutes) for an evening in Anti Paros
Sun Wind is a total water sports centre offering Windsurfing, Stand Up Paddle, Kayak, Tubes and other activities. All levels welcome. Have fun! Relax and enjoy. Golden Beach: True to its name, Golden Beach is a beautiful, long stretch of golden sands. One of Paros’ longest beaches, it is an ideal windsurf site due to the famous “Meltemi” wind, blowing from the north 80% of the time in the summer.
Paros has the advantage of being geographically located in the center of the Cyclades. Starting from here the visitor can visit many of the neighboring islands in a short time.
Naxos is the largest island of Cyclades and it is located in the center of this complex, between Paros and Mykonos. According to mythology, this was the nuptial isle of the god Dionysus, god of wine. This is why there is a sanctuary dedicated to Dionysus in the inland of Naxos island. Ideal for families and romantic couples, Naxos Greece is famous for the exotic beaches.