Sea, sun, and fun: Paros, located in the heart of the Aegean, has been associated with the quintessential holiday triptych since the bohemians of the 1960s first discovered it.

With cinematic beaches in technicolor blue and gold, sugar-cube villages and quaint fishing ports, an exciting, world-famous water sports scene, bustling nightlife, and fantastic food and wine, Paros attracts travelers every year who want to experience the good life.

Factor in its rich culture and traditions – Paros knew acme since the earliest stages of antiquity — and that’s not to mention its great religious legacy. It is home to one of the most famous symbols of Christianity, the historic Byzantine church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani – and it is no wonder that this archetypal Cycladic Island is rapidly becoming one of the Mediterranean’s most desired holiday destinations.