12 beaches in Paros I visited last July

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Paros is the 3rd biggest island of Cyclades in Greece. It has around 40 beaches and below I’ll present you the 12 I visited around a month ago.

  1. Agia Irini beach

Agia Irini is a small beach full of palm trees and pebbles. It’s not organized with sunbeds and umbrellas but there is a nice beach bar and a tavern-restaurant with local Greek food next to the beach.

Agia Irini beach

Agia Irini beach

Agia Irini beach

Agia Irini beach

  1. Parasporos beach

This is a big sandy beach well-equipped with sunbeds and umbrellas. You should definitely have a drink in the beach bar and why not to play table tennis with your friends…

Parasporos beach

Parasporos beach

Parasporos beach

Parasporos beach

  1. Livadia beach

Livadia is Parikia’s main beach, and it’s near the harbor. It has lots of tavernas, restaurants and cafés with Greek and International dishes.

Livadia beach

Livadia beach

  1. Martselo beach

Martselo is also very close to Parikia. You will enjoy the crystal waters with a glass of wine or a cocktail from the luxury beach bar.

Martselo beach

Martselo beach

  1. Kolimbithres beach

It’s one of the most popular beaches due to the unusual rock formations. The rocks separate the beach to smaller pieces and the view of Naoussa is impressive!

Kolymbithres beach

Kolymbithres beach

Kolymbithres beach

Kolymbithres beach

Kolymbithres beach

Kolymbithres beach

  1. Santa Maria beach

Santa Maria has a long coastline and is divided in smaller parts. Sports lovers can enjoy wind surfing, diving and beach volley.

Santa Maria beach

Santa Maria beach

  1. Chrisi Akti (Golden Beach)

The sand has a golden color and the sea water is crystal! The suitable-for-windsurfing weather condition give Paros the opportunity to host the Wind Surfing World Cup for 6 consecutive years!

Golden beach

Golden beach

Golden beach

Golden beach

Golden beach

Beach bar 

  1. Tserdakia beach

This is a small part of Chrisi Akti beach. It’s not organized but there is a small beach bar-taverna. I believe that it’s the perfect place to practice your wind surfing skills!

Tserdakia beach

Tserdakia beach

Tserdakia beach

Tserdakia beach

  1. Lolantonis beach

The name of the beach was inspired from the taverna which is located on the top of a small hill. It’s surrounded by rocks that give a sense of isolation. Not surprisingly, the waters are crystal.

Lolantonis beach

Lolantonis beach

  1. Pounda beach

Pounda is synonym of PARTY! Young people go there to party with loud music and swim either in the beach or in the swimming pool. There are also shops to buy souvenirs from Pounda beach such as t-shirts, top crops, hats, bracelets, lighters etc.

Punda beach

Punda beach

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punda pisina

  1. Aliki beach

Aliki is a small village in the seaside where you can find two beaches, the Mprosta Aliki and the Piso Aliki. Mprosta Aliki is a well-organized beach with umbrellas, sunbeds, and cafés. Piso Aliki is a quiet seashore with big trees that form nice shadows. Moreover, you can enjoy your meal in one of the various tavernas and restaurants of the village.

Piso Aliki beach

Piso Aliki beach

Panoramic view of Aliki

Panoramic view of Aliki

  1. Faragas beach

Faragas beach is near Aliki and it’s a really nice organized beach. The beach bar-taverna serves food and beverages, that to be honest is quite expensive. The sea water is very clear and the rocks form 2 extra small shores.

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Farangas beach

Farangas beach

Farangas beach

The next time you go to Paros, you know which beaches to visit 🙂

At this point I have to say a special thanks to my aunt who hosted me at her home and showed me all these places in Paros.

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4 thoughts on “12 beaches in Paros I visited last July

  1. These beautiful beaches with golden sand causing us to visit the Cycladic island.
    Thank you for your helpfull article.

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