Bohemian Luxury Boutique Hotel, Adults Only. Definitely stay in the area of Naousa in Paros! The most beautiful port with many boutiques, restaurants and cafes around.
We really enjoyed this hotel and it being adults only. Being a boutique hotel, its small but comfortable and theres not a lot people around, even if its fully booked anyway. The pool and breakfast area is super nice, the room was modern and clean and the staff helpful and friendly. We got a hotel transfer to and from the port where our ferry came in and they sorted us a ATV rental for our stay with free parking up the road.
Sooo many options on the port of Naosua. Head down for a drink at one place and dinner at another.
If you see a place you want to eat but they don’t have any space, book a table for the next night.
Stilvi. A really nice dinner option where the food and drinks were great and of high quality. Open air restaurant with a minimalistic vibe. There was a live trumpet player for awhile, all the furniture and the bar was very aesthetically pleasing. We really enjoyed our night here. We walked past the restaurant the night before and there was no space so we booked then and there for the next night with the girl on the door.
Get a drink and a photo at Linardo, a super cute pink and white spot on the port of Naosua.
Almond Cafe. We had breakfast and juices here that were good.
We had many gyros from a place that I now can’t remember the name of and it was so yum and cheap – I’m going to keep thinking and hopefully come back and write the name here. It was just to the side of Stilvi restaurant, if you’re looking at the entrance of Stilvi, its to the right.
Wander around the boutiques in Naosua port and then get a drink and watch the sunset. Look back on the town of Naosua too, as its super picturesque and like a postcard vibe of “Greece”.
I got my nails done at a salon in the port, I don’t remember the name but I’m sure its the only one and I think it was pink.
Hire a boat and go to AntiParos for the day. The wind wasn’t on our side during our stay and our boat day got cancelled but you don’t always need a boat license and can rent a small boat. I think I booked ours through clickandboat.com.
Kolybithres Beach. Lots of big rocks/boulders in the water, makes it look like space. Nice blue swimming water. Can hire a cheap little day bed or lay your towel out on a rock. There is a restaurant and little bar at this beach too.
Monastiri beach. We didn’t stay long here or rate it that much. But if you walk past the beach bar and follow the rocks around on that side, you’ll find a more private secluded beach. Or across the way where the white and blue church/dome is, is a nice look out over the beach.
Santa Maria Beach. Its one of the main beaches so a long strip of golden sand with sparkling blue water. Lots of beach chairs to rent but also space to lay your towel on the sand. We ate lunch at a restaurant on the water, I can’t remember the name but it was good. The place was made of painted white wood and opened out onto the beach.
Golden Beach. Nice beach, golden sand and blue water. It was pretty quiet when we went which was nice. Had a bar for drinks as well.