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Package Includes

2 Day Paros Trip from Athens
  • 1 night accommodation in Paros
  • Transfer from your Athens Hotel or Airport to Piraeus Port
  • Arrival Transfer in Paros
  • Departure Transfer from Paros Hotel to Paros Port
  • Ferry tickets Athens / Paros / Athens (business class)
  • City tax to be paid on the spot 4 EURO per room/day
  • Meals



1 nights

2 Day Paros Trip from Athens

2 Day Paros Trip from Athens

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2 Day Paros Trip from Athens Overview       

  • PAR

    Paros is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea best known for its beaches and traditional villages. Parikia, the bayside capital, is a boating and transportation hub for the Cyclades region. It's also home to the Panagia Ekatontapiliani, a landmark Byzantine church from the 4th century A.D. The north coast's Kolimbithres is a beach where naturally sculpted rocks form swimming coves.

  • Paros Day 1

    The hydrofoil is a quick, fun way to get there, as you take in the blue seas of the Aegean. On arrival to Paros you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel. Your day is free to explore the island. Wander through beautiful traditional villages like Naoussa, a colourful village, where the ruins of a Venetian fortress stand at the entrance to its small harbor. Discover the island sun-drenched beaches, like Chrissi Akti, Santa Maria and Pounda. Natively, you can discover the island on horseback! There are two horse-riding centres, one by the sea, at Ambel's, and one at Ysterni. Ride around the coast, along the sandy beaches or take a detour inland. A great way to see for yourself some of the most beautiful spots on the island! <br /> <br /> After breakfast, depending on your departure time, you may be able to do some more shopping and exploring. After you have checked out of the hotel our driver will transfer you to the port in plenty of time for your ferry back to Piraeus port.