Naoussa in Paros is one of the most beautiful and picturesque fishing villages of the Cyclades. Just 10 km away from the town of Paros, Parikia, Naoussa is the number one attraction of Paros and maybe of the Aegean. Despite its heavy tourism, Naoussa has managed to maintain its traditional Greek charm with its small white houses spreading amphitheatrically around the little harbour where fishing boats anchor. Also, the labyrinth-like distribution of the small pathways between the houses attaches a more picturesque character to the village. Naoussa is also known for its many golden beaches with Kolymbithres Beach, Agios Ioannis and Monastiri being just a few.
Agios Andreas is a summer resort just a few kilometers away from Naoussa. The area comprises of summer houses and establishments and owns its name to Agios Andreas monastery in Protoria. Agios Andreas is an easily accessible area and surrounded by many interesting places such as Moni Agiou Antoniou and Moni Loggovardas. Surrounding settlements include that of Sarakiniko and Protoria. You can find restaurants and car rental services in the surrounding area while enjoying the perks that a peaceful area like this has to offer.
How to arrive:
Υour're on the road PAROIKIA to NAOUSA, go straight, you will see a bakery 'Ragousis' on your left, continue straight, you will see the hotel 'Agrabeli' on your right, continue straight,
after you will see the hotel 'Swiss Home' then turn right and go straight , when you see the hotel ' Petres' turn left and in 50 meters you will see our hotel “Blue mare Villas".
Paros, a member of the Cyclades group island, is located in the central Aegean Sea. Paros is very well-known for its wide sandy beaches and traditional villages. Parikia and Naoussa are the most renowned villages in Paros- both of them perfect examples of Cycladic architecture. Parikia is a trade and transportation hub of the Cyclades while Naoussa attracts thousands of tourists every year. Amongst the many beautiful beaches, Pounda beach and New Golden Beach gain in popularity for their endless party and big waves respectively. Paros neighbors with Antiparos, a small quiet island ideal for short day trips.