It lies approximately 100 mi (161 kilometres) south-east from Attica and it is served by several boats and high-speed ferries from the ports of Piraeus and Rafina, as well as by plane from El. Venizelos airport. Historically, Paros was known for its fine white marble, today is primarily known as a popular tourist spot.
Its houses are built in the traditional Cycladic style, whitewash walls and blue-painted doors and windows. On the north side of the island is the bay of Naoussa, which provides a safe and spacious harbour. The fishing village has become an important nightlife center of the Paros has several sandy beaches easily reached by car including Chrissi Akti (Golden Beach), Pounda, Logaras, Piso Livadi, Naousa Bay.
The constant strong wind in the strait between Paros and Naxos makes it a very attractive location for windsurfers.
By plane to Athens, Santorini or Myconos & then continue your trip with a ferry
Paros is a beautiful island and not too small with many opportunities for excursions, many beaches and really good food. The island is touristy but has kept many traditional things.