This charming little village is an absolute must-see, and being only 10 km from the capital town, it is easy to get to. Renowned by its array of colours: violets blues, vibrant reds and clean whites, this town is picture perfect. There are plenty of dynamic bars which line the cobbled streets and people often characterise this charming spot by the warm ambiance which is only too apparent in the town. While you’re here, make sure to visit Kolimbithyres Beach with its coves and jagged landscape.
Tucked in amongst might mountains, Lefkès features on our list as one of the unmissable sites in Paros. With no more than 519 residents, this tiny town has its own authentic charm. Sitting on Mount Aghion Pandon, this town is situated in the summit of the island, therefore offering splendid panoramic views.
Sitting in the west coast of the island, this site is often overlooked by travellers, but the Butterfly Valley really is worth a visit. As well as unique species of butterflies, you will also be able to see and experience beautiful vegetation and diverse species of flora and fauna. This attraction will offer you a change of scene during your yacht charter in Paros with its wild olive trees, natural springs and creeping ivy.
Situated in the north-western point of the island, Paros lighthouse is perched on a rocky cliff 60 metres above sea level. This is an excellent region for hiking and exploring nature with kilometres of astounding countryside to explore.
The archipelago is made up of 250 islands of which only 24 are currently inhabited. Each noteworthy for their beaches and beauty, selecting which islands to stop off at during your yacht charter in Paros will entail some tough decision making. Luckily, we’ve done the work for!
Santorini is arguably the most well-known of the islands in the Cyclades. Visitors flock there each summer and there’s a reason why it’s attracting millions of people each year. With striking cliffs, colourful architecture, white-washed houses, this destination is a perfect honeymoon destination. However, it isn’t just an island which serves the purpose of romantic getaways. The rich cultural history of the island means there is more to this destination than sunsets; there are plenty of museums and historical monuments and sites to explore.
Milos is famous for its varied and diverse landscapes. From beaches, to rocky cliffs, to peaceful countryside, Milos has it all and is therefore considered as one of the most beautiful islands in the Cyclades. With beautiful coastlines, this is the perfect time to try out your snorkel gear. Milos is home to a grand 75 beaches; the most famous among these are: Sarakiniko, Firiplaka and Kleftiko.
Mykonos is one of the party islands in the archipelago. Some may know it as the Ibiza of the Aegean Sea and people come here from all over the world to hear leading world DFs. However, it’s not only music and style which Mykonos brings to the table. With its beautiful natural parks and trails, hop out of your charter and explore the amazing green spaces in this vibrant spot.
Delos is an excellent archaeological site in the archipelago and has been recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1990. Despite its smaller size, it is crammed full of fascinating historical sites to visit which will give you insight into the local culture, religion and history during the time.
Seeking peace and quiet during your yacht charter in Paros? This is the place for you! Paros is renowned by nature-lovers for its tranquillity and its untouched beauty. Its cliffs are particularly high and rocky, making it an excellent stop-off for those wishing to mountain climb or hike. The stunning location has also featured as the backdrop in several film productions.
Naxos is the biggest island in the Cyclades as well as the most fertile and the greenest in the area. The island is undeniably flooded with visitors each year who arrive with hopes to dance the night away and watch the beautiful sunrises. The island has everything you need: paradisiac beaches where you can do water sports, mountains and cliffs to hike, calm countryside and authentic villages where you can shop. There are equally lots of fascinating museums and historical sites.