The MARBLE ISLE
Dive into the unique ambience of Paros – an island awash with glittering bays, adrenaline-fueled watersports and a vibrant nightlife that attracts young Greeks each summer. Away from the bars and restaurants, you’ll also find rolling terrain, ancient marble mines and beautiful beaches, from where you can take a short boat ride over to Antiparos, just one nautical mile away. Paros holds a special place in our hearts as one of the most welcoming destinations in the Cyclades.
Beaches and Beach Bars
Paros is ringed by beaches – loud ones, remote ones and those characterised by tavernas or water sports. The locals are especially fond of the unnamed beaches between Kolymbithresm with its wind-sculpted rock, and Monastiri.
Beach bars in Paros have become quite popular over the recent years. Santa Maria which is on the north-east coast of the island, features some of the most popular beach bars, along with Punda beach. Right on the powdery sand, a few steps away from the crystal sea. They offer food and drinks, comfortable sunbeds and umbrellas. Party here starts during midday and usually carries on until the sun goes down…
The ports at Parikia, Naoussa and Aliki are springboards for ferry crossings to the island of Antiparos next to Paros, but also single-day yacht trips around the uninhabited archipelago in between the two. On a private or semi-private cruise you’ll stop at islands like Panteronisi to swim or snorkel (gear is usually provided) in the light blue water of the “Blue Lagoon”, set foot on deserted beaches and paddle into sea caves. Food and drinks are offered (souvlaki, grilled sardines, tzatziki), and you can also book a romantic dinner cruise to watch the sunset from the water to the west of Paros.
Meet the Team
From unforgettable family holidays to once-in-a-lifetime adventures, our specialist travel team will find your ideal villa and organise every last detail of your stay.
Fluent in English and French (with a slither of Greek to boot), Ralph has a deep-seated love and knowledge of the Greek Islands having grown up in Corfu. He continues to split his time between London and Corfu, where he owns a villa right on the water.
Luxury Villa Specialist
Christina is a passionate traveller with a deep curiosity for exploring new cultures. A graduate of the Université de Nice-Sophia-Antipolis, she holds a Licence LEA – Langues Étrangères Appliquées. Having lived in four different countries, Christina seized the opportunity to establish herself in the UK, embarking on a career in Luxury Travel.
Luxury Villa Specialist
A seasoned traveller, Olivia is happiest with her toes in the sand and a cocktail firmly in one hand. She combines expertise, personal knowledge and an eye for exquisite luxury to design dream holidays for families, parties and bucket list adventures.