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Paros Sightseeing & Attractions in Paros Greece


The moment you arrive in Paros Greece, you will be standing near the island's most treasured monument, the Church of Ekatontapiliani (Our Lady of the Hundred Gates), the large place of worship which oversees the capital town, Parikia. The interior of the church contains splendid ecclesiastical artwork and is a must during your stay on Paros Island. Other sights to visit in Parikia are the Frankish Castle, the Sanctuary of Asklipios, the Delion Sanctuary, the Ancient Cemetery, the Archaeological Museum and the lovely churches.

Located close to Parikia, Paros, is the beautiful butterfly valley of Psychopiana, which is an area of rare natural beauty. In Naoussa, Paros, we suggest visiting the Venetian Castle and the Church of Agios Nikolaos, both situated in the charming fishing port of the settlement.

Also worthwhile visiting on Paros Island Greece, is the Ancient Marble Quarry in Marathi and the Mycenaean Acropolis in Kolimbithres. The Venetian ruins on Kefalos Hill in Marpissa are especially impressive. After the Church of Ekatontapiliani in Parikia, the next fine religious structure is the Church of Agia Triada in Lefkes, which is an exquisite creation made from Parian marble.