Attractions

    • Archaeological Museum in Paros
    • Archaeological Museum in Paros
    • Archaeological Museum in Paros
    • Archaeological Museum in Paros
    • Archaeological Museum in Paros

    Archaeological Museum

    The museum was founded in 1960 in order for it to house antiquities which until then were kept in the cells of the Katapoliani monastery. The museum…

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    • Delion - Attrations in Paros
    • Delion - Attrations in Paros
    • Delion - Attrations in Paros
    • Delion - Attrations in Paros

    Delion

    On the top of a hill on the northern side of Parikia lies the Apollon & Artemis sanctuary. It is called Delion because it is facing the sacred…

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    • Panagia Ekatontapyliani
    • Panagia Ekatontapyliani
    • Panagia Ekatontapyliani
    • Panagia Ekatontapyliani
    • Panagia Ekatontapyliani

    Panagia Ekatontapyliani

    Panagia Ekatontapiliani is the gem of Paros, also known as the Church of 100 Doors, it is a historic Byzantine church complex and an ancient temple…

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    • The Ancient Cemetery
    • The Ancient Cemetery
    • The Ancient Cemetery
    • The Ancient Cemetery
    • The Ancient Cemetery

    The Ancient Cemetery

    Located on the seafront road just past the port of Parikia, this ancient cemetery is one of the most important sites in the Cyclades. The excavations in…

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    • The Butterfly Valley in Paros
    • The Butterfly Valley in Paros
    • The Butterfly Valley in Paros
    • The Butterfly Valley in Paros
    • The Butterfly Valley in Paros

    The Butterfly Valley

    Just a few minutes south of Parikia in the area of Petaloudes we come across the mystical Butterfly Valley. This small but lush environment contrasts with the…

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    • Frankish castle in Paros
    • Frankish castle in Paros
    • Frankish castle in Paros
    • Frankish castle in Paros
    • Frankish castle in Paros

    Frankish Castle

    During the fourth crusade, crusaders were amazed by the Muslim and Byzantine fortresses they conquered. After settling on conquered lands they would often build new castles that…

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