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Esplanade of Agia Anna and townhall windmills
The esplanade is encircled in a turn of the one-way road that climbs from Kato Gyalos Beach before heading to the south of Paros. It dominates the sea towards west, offering a beautiful point of view for the sunset.
The Archaeological Museum of Paros
The virtual stroll passes in front of the entrance of the Archaeological Museum before entering the pine tree forest to go around the basilica.
The KTEL bus station which serves the whole island
Many bus lines serve the island to all directions. You can find all schedules on the website.
Aghii Anargyri, the monastery perched above Parikia
The monastery is still in operation and is not permanently open. You can visit it from 10 am to 1 pm and from 5.30 pm to 8.30 pm. Please note: we do not guarantee these schedules, which are subject to change according to the season!
The famous Panagia Ekatontapyliani Basilica
Largest Paleochristian sanctuary of the Cyclades, the basilica was built during the 6th century AD and its chapel Saint-Nicolas and its baptistery date back to the 4th century.
Evagelismos tis Theotokou, the best spot to watch the sunset
The virtual walk now get around church Evagelismos tis Theotokou and, just a few meters further, you can either return to the Frankish Castle, or go down to the seaside.
Ruins of the Frankish Castle built in the Middle Ages
A strange vision at the turn of the alleys of old Parikia: the remains of a tower built in the Middle Ages with materials looted in ancient ruins.
The beautiful beach of Kato Gyalos, south of the harbour
Our virtual stroll now runs along the beautiful beach of Kato Gyalos towards the isolated windmill that overlooks a tiny fishing port.
The first beach of Livadia
From Livadia, you can reach the road that leads to Naoussa or Lefkes without going through the center of Parikia. Please note: the transverse street from here is one way, if you are driving take a parallel street!
The second beach of Livadia
Our virtual stroll continues towards Agios Fokas, the cape that closes the bay of Parikia to the north.
Market Street, the lively heart of Parikia
We shall now reach one of the most popular and picturesque places in Parikia, which is like a lively islet in the middle of Market Street. Under this small platform passes Rema Floga, a dry creek that you can follow towards Mavrogenous Square and the harbor. Passing under a very low arch, you can follow Rema Floga's bed towards one of the large public car parks.
The port of Parikia
Paros welcomes you with its famous windmill. On the left, the stroll follows the seaside to the marina and the beach of Livadia. On the right, it takes you to another beach and other windmills.
The fishing port and the marina
All the marina's jetties offer stunning panoramic views of the village and Parikia Bay.
Agios Fokas, the beautiful church that welcomes you in the bay of Parikia
From the ferry, the blue dome of the church of Agios Fokas is the first thing you see as you round the eponymous cape to enter the bay of Parikia. A beautiful church, small beaches, an extraordinary panoramic view of the capital of Paros and absolute tranquillity (no bars or taverns in the immediate vicinity).
The tiny fishing port of Kato Gyalos
At the end of Kato Gyalos Beach, a tiny fishing port is home to a few boats at the foot of a pretty, isolated windmill.
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