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Luxury rentals in Paros

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Agnanti Villa
Entire villa · 8 guests · 5 beds · 4 bathrooms
Agnanti VillaStone-clad estate overlooking the Paros east coast
Villa Delion
Entire villa · 12 guests · 7 beds · 5 bathrooms
Villa Delion
Villa Agassi
Entire villa · 12 guests · 9 beds · 6 bathrooms
Villa AgassiCycladic design with views of the bay of Faragas

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Popular amenities for Paros luxury holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning
  • Gated property

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Villa Orian
$1,863 / night
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Villa Aethra Exclusive
$3,881 / night
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White Cube Villa
$1,552 / night
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Villa Lennox
$3,195 / night
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Santa Maria Beach House
$2,839 / night
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Seafront VIP
$4,017 / night
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Villa Doma
$1,996 / night
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Nereids Villa Estate
$2,794 / night
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Golden Beach Villa
$3,016 / night
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Villa Faraggas
$6,653 / night
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$3,881 / night
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Villa Drazen
$2,218 / night

All about Paros

Planning a luxury vacation in Paros? We’re here to help

Situated within the Cyclades close to Mykonos and Santorini, the Greek island of Paros might be less talked-about than its more famous neighbors, but it is every bit as lovely. The main city of Parikia is stylish and busy with both locals and tourists, while the island’s rural villages are filled with whitewashed houses with traditional blue domed roofs. Although quiet, there’s plenty to do on Paros: visitors will find fantastic beaches, good walks in gorgeous surroundings and plenty of watersports. Paros has also played an important role in the art world – the Venus di Milo was crafted from Parian white marble over 2,100 years ago.

Paros is at its best in late spring, when the weather is warm and sunny but before the influx of tourists that arrives in peak summer. By mid-September, many businesses will close for the year and storms can be frequent. While there is a small airport on Paros that is serviced by a few Greek airlines, it is generally easier to fly into either Athens or nearby Mykonos and then travel on to Paros by one of the many ferries which dock in Parikia.

Explore picturesque Naoussa

The scenic fishing village of Naoussa is situated in the northeastern corner of Paros, around seven miles from Parikia. Although it can get very busy at the height of summer, the village has managed to retain plenty of its original charm and character – think labyrinthine cobbled passageways, whitewashed houses, churches and chapels and a delightful old port filled with fishing boats. A fortress built in the 15th century by the Venetians is a particular point of interest, as is the watchtower which was built to protect from pirates. After a day of sightseeing, pull up a seat at one of the village’s many tavernas to enjoy some fantastic fresh fish or grilled octopus.

Relax – or not – at the beach

As you might expect, the major attraction on Paros is the island’s beautiful beaches and the crystal clear waters that surround it. One of the best beaches in Paros is at Livadia, just steps from Parikia, Paros’s main town, while a mile or so further along the road will take you to Martselo, which is a great option for families thanks to its calm waters and sheltered location. If, on the other hand, you’re looking for winds, head to the beach at Pounda, which is one of the best kite-surfing spots in the whole of Greece. Watersports enthusiasts will also want to check out Chrissi Akti, or golden beach, which is famous for its windsurfing and, on calmer days, kayaking and paddle-boarding. The most famous beach on Paros is probably Kolymbithres, near Naoussa, where huge granite rock formations dominate the landscape – and clothing is optional.

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Villas in Parikia

The capital and main port of Paros, Parikia is every bit the typical Cycladic town, with narrow, cobbled streets and white-and-blue houses. You’ll find plenty of traditional restaurants and tavernas here, as well as bars, cafes, and shops. Ourvillas in Parikia offer fabulous views of the bay, as well as the sacred island of Delos. Large terraces with swimming pools and patio dining areas are ideal for relaxing outdoors and admiring the gorgeous Grecian sunsets.

Aliki villas

Situated on the southwestern coast of Paros around eight miles from Parikia, Aliki is a pretty fishing village with a small port and easy access to a number of lovely beaches. With a laid-back atmosphere and fewer tourists than the northern part of the island, the Aliki area is a great place to stay if you’re looking to escape it all. If this sounds like your idea of a perfect vacation, then check out our selection ofAliki villas . Our properties are modern yet in keeping with traditional Greek architecture, with clean, white interiors and infinity pools.

Rentals in Makria Miti

Located in the southwestern corner of Paros, just west of the village of Aliki, ourrentals in Makria Miti offer a stylish and luxurious base for anyone looking to explore the island. With plenty of space for up to 12 guests, these elegant homes would be perfect for families or groups of friends looking to enjoy the sunshine together.