Paros Ferry Tickets
Paros, the third largest island after Naxos and Andros, is a beautiful island, so quaint and cozy that it will surely remain memorable.
It combines natural beauty with the cosmopolitan life, wonderful blue beaches, Byzantine churches, monasteries and lovely villages for walks. Go to Parikia and the ruins of the Frankish castle, Naoussa with the picturesque harbor and the most beautiful sunset, Lefkes and Marpissa.
The beaches that stand out are Kolimbithres, Monastiri, Laggeri, Tsoukalia, Glyfades, Kalogeros, Faragas and many others. Discover the valley of butterflies with hundreds of maroon butterflies, the ancient quarries and the complex of 3 churches of the 17th century.
Before leaving the island you should try the local specialties Revithada, Ksinomizithtra and of course the famous wine of Paros.
The marble of Paros was highly prized by great sculptors with which they created the most important monuments of antiquity, such as the Aphrodite of Milos, Hermes of Praxiteles, Nike of Delos, the temple of Apollo in Delos, the Daughters of Acropolis, the treasure of Sifnos in Delphi, the temple of Zeus in Olympia. The marble of Paros stands out because of its clarity and purity.
In Marathi you can see the ancient marble quarries that reveal the centuries of mining of the famous marble of Paros, also known as “Lihniti”. It stopped operating in the 19th century.
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