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Using a boat cruise to explore Paros’s natural beauty

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Paros, an island in the Cyclades group, enthrals tourists with its captivating fusion of understated elegance, quaint small-town life, and a bustling city, all set against the breathtaking backdrop of breathtaking vistas and immaculately preserved historical landmarks. This Greek island, which dates back to 3200 BC, offers the finest of ancient Greek history, stunning natural beauty, and contemporary conveniences, making it an unforgettable place to hire a boat. An array of all the beloved features of Greece can be found on Paros, with its charming villages, amazing sandy beaches, and rich cultural legacy. Here are our top three reasons to explore this Cyclades island this season with a luxury yacht charter in Paros:

Historical Significance

Greece’s glorious heritage is aptly demonstrated by Paros. The island is home to several historical sites, charming towns, and classic Cycladic architecture. The Byzantine church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani, a famous structure that dates back to the fourth century, and an archaeological museum may be found at Parikia, the city by the bay. A hidden gem for history buffs, one can spend a peaceful afternoon discovering more about the island’s intriguing past. Another of the island’s most iconic structures is the Frankish Castle, or Frangokastelo as the locals call it. Constructed in the 1200s on the site of an old acropolis on the hill of Agios Konstantinos, the castle was built by the well-known Venetian family Sanoudo. It is believed that stones from several historical locations across the island were used in its construction.

One of the most picturesque villages in the Cyclades islands is Lefkés, located 11 kilometres southeast of Parikia and further inland. This unique settlement, perched atop a hill and surrounded by pine and olive trees, provides a window into traditional Cycladic life and its history. Photographers will love its whitewashed cottages and expansive views of the Aegean. 

Innate beauty

The 120-kilometer stretch of Paros’ shoreline is a breathtaking display of the beauty of nature. One of the most well-liked bays in Paros is home to the world-famous windsurfing hotspot, Chryssi Akti, also known as Golden Beach. Like Santa Maria Beach, which is renowned for having a lengthy stretch of immaculate sand beach, it is also an excellent place to sunbathe because of its soft sands and crystal blue seas. Still, Kolympithres is one of the island’s most well-known beaches, renowned for its bizarre block granite formations. Situated close to Naoussa, the second-largest hamlet in Paros, the distinctive rock formations are subtly contrasted with the glistening turquoise waters. In case you’re looking for a peaceful, tranquil, and stunning getaway, Monastiri is the ideal choice. It is best reached by boat. It is situated on a small rocky bay on the northern side of the island. With the freedom of a yacht charter and the simplicity of anchoring in quiet bays, you can take your time seeing these natural treasures, typically away from the throngs of people at beaches like Marchello and Pounda.

Savoury Treats

Greek food is frequently described as a sensory experience, and Paros is no different. The greatest places to sample the island’s cuisine are the neighbourhood tavernas, particularly in the quaint fishing village of Naoussa. Seafood from the area is unlike any other, served in beautiful surroundings and fresh from the Aegean Sea. Gouna, sun-dried salted fish, salatouri, ray salad with lemon and olive oil dressing, mackerel, and grilled octopus are among the delicacies you simply must try. 

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