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Blog 2017-09-22T21:16:09+00:00

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SCUBA DIVING IN CYCLADES

The need to explore the underwater world led man from ancient times until today to develop scuba diving. The first efforts for scuba diving started from Aristotle’s era to continue in the Middle Age by Leonardo da Vinci. Roger Bacon constructed the first breathing device in 1240. The efforts continued during [...]

Paros! It’s time to take to the seas on a traditional fishing boat, before enjoying seafood feasts, local wine and a beach for every taste back on land

PAROS IS THE ARK THAT saved the Malvasia grape from extinction,’ says Savvas Moraitis, standing in the stone cellar of his winery in Naoussa. ‘We were the only place not affected by the phylloxera that wiped it out in the rest of Europe.’ He pours a [...]

Spying on the Cyclades

Versailles 1685. King Louis 14th, although he had not been involved in the so-called Great Turkish War, had carved his political plans for the Archipelago Sea. Two years after the beginning of the fifteen-year war, the orders are explicit. To map the timeless "pass key" commercial and military navigation from [...]

Welcome to your Parosdise!

It is as great as TripAdvisor tells you. Whether you are young or old you will fell in love with Paros for its beaches, charming architecture, local food, adventures, unique experiences and enjoyable moments! Parikia, the capital of Paros, is today one of the most popular and busiest spot of the island, as [...]

Kitesurf Paros

Kitesurfing in Paros: an Adventure You Should Not Miss When in Paros, you will definitely not have a shortage of activities that you can try. Whether you would want to be laidback or be adventurous, the list of things to do will be almost endless. Are you looking for something [...]

Holidays In Paros

The beaches in Paros are the most famous in the Mediterranean for their exotic water and the golden sand. The island has a very mild climate so you can swim in the sea from beginning of May until end of October. Paros is known for its Cycladic style architecture, white-washed, with blue details. You [...]