The Island of Sun, Sea and Serenity

Another beautiful island in the Cyclades, Paros is welcome to all travelers! Let Asimina Tours introduce you to Paros and learn all about the charming beaches with golden sand and the important part this island played in Greece's history. 


Paros island is part of the Cycladic islands known for its traditional villages, beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters, and breathtaking landscapes.

Some of Paros beaches are sandy and others are surrounded by captivating rock formations.  There are also other very special and unique beaches that are small coves giving vacationers a taste of their own private beach!
The traditional villages of Naoussa and Parikia are not to be missed.  The Venetian fortress in Naoussa village is a landmark, the castle is half submerged in the sea and is connected to the island with a narrow path!  This is an ideal attraction especially for those that are into photography. Parikia, on the other hand, is the capital and the main port area in Paros.  It has boutique shops, old churches and a maze of whitewashed buildings.  Both Naoussa and Parikia also have a vivid nightlife.

The cuisine in Paros includes fresh fish, dairy and fresh vegetables and fruits!  Some dinner entrees feature a delicious mix of these local ingredients and they are not to be missed!

This island attracts young adults, couples looking for romance and of course, it is a great family destination. Because of its close proximity, many visitors plan to see Naxos, Paros, and Antiparos.

July is the hottest month in Paros with an average temperature of 77°F (25°C). The coldest and wettest month of the year is January at 54°F (12°C). 


The best time to visit Paros is:

April through October


The Island of Paros