You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Alley to church (1)
Along the gently sloping alleyway stand beautiful houses bathed in light. The church is not yet visible and the hill is not steep enough to offer sea views.
Alley to church (2)
Along the gently sloping alleyway stand beautiful houses bathed in light. The church is not yet visible and the hill is not steep enough to offer sea views.
Alley to church (3)
Along the gently sloping alleyway stand beautiful houses bathed in light. The church is not yet visible and the hill is not steep enough to offer sea views.
Alley to church (4)
The alleyway widens, still bathed in light, and we can now see the church's bell towers and the tiny pine forest that borders its esplanade.
Alley to church (5)
The alleyway widens, still bathed in light, and we can now see the church's bell towers and the tiny pine forest that borders its esplanade.
Alley to church (6)
The view is spoiled by the cars parked in front of the esplanade. We are no longer in a pedestrian zone, the church is located near the road leading to the beach of Aghii Anargyri, north of the village.
Alley to church (7)
Church of Agios Nikolaos
The small, simple Agios Nikolaos church is especially eye-catching because of its shape and location, facing the tower of the kastro that watches over the entrance to the small fishing port.
Church of Kimisis tis Theotokou (1)
Built in the 19th century on the site of a former church, Kimisis tis Theotokou stands on a beautiful esplanade lined with pine trees and an impressive marble staircase leads up to its door.
Church of Kimisis tis Theotokou (2)
Built in the 19th century on the site of a former church, Kimisis tis Theotokou stands on a beautiful esplanade lined with pine trees and an impressive marble staircase leads up to its door.
Church of Kimisis tis Theotokou (3)
To the south of the church (on your right when you are facing the church) is a small park with a large monument. You will find some shade but no panoramic view of the sea.
Church of Kimisis tis Theotokou (4)
To the south of the church (on your right when you are facing the church) is a small park with a large monument. You will find some shade but no panoramic view of the sea.
First pier (1)
The pier offers beautiful views of the marina and the village of Naoussa. The beautiful sailing boats anchored there will not fail to make you dream of cruising on the Aegean Sea.
First pier (2)
The pier offers beautiful views of the marina and the village of Naoussa. The beautiful sailing boats anchored there will not fail to make you dream of cruising on the Aegean Sea.
First pier (3)
The pier offers beautiful views of the marina and the village of Naoussa. The beautiful sailing boats anchored there will not fail to make you dream of cruising on the Aegean Sea.
First pier (4)
The pier offers beautiful views of the marina and the village of Naoussa. The beautiful sailing boats anchored there will not fail to make you dream of cruising on the Aegean Sea.
First pier (5)
The pier offers beautiful views of the marina and the village of Naoussa. The beautiful sailing boats anchored there will not fail to make you dream of cruising on the Aegean Sea.
Fishing port (1)
The picturesque fishing port of Naoussa is one of the biggest attractions in Paros, pictures of which can be seen in all travel guides.
Fishing port (2)
The picturesque fishing port of Naoussa is one of the biggest attractions in Paros, pictures of which can be seen in all travel guides.
Fishing port (3)
The picturesque fishing port of Naoussa is one of the biggest attractions in Paros, pictures of which can be seen in all travel guides.
Fishing port (4)
The picturesque fishing port of Naoussa is one of the biggest attractions in Paros, pictures of which can be seen in all travel guides.
Fishing port (5)
The picturesque fishing port is the great attraction of Naoussa. You will find bars and restaurants all around, for a drink or to eat while admiring the view.
Fishing port (6)
The picturesque fishing port is the great attraction of Naoussa. You will find bars and restaurants all around, for a drink or to eat while admiring the view.
Fishing port (7)
From the small square east of the fishing port, you can reach the jetty that leads to the ruins of the Venetian kastro, or go into the labyrinth of alleys.
Kastro pier
In case of strong north wind, the pier that leads to the ruins of the kastro is beaten by big waves that make access impossible without undergoing a salt shower.
Main Square
In the main square, just before the main street, an alley leads to the heart of the labyrinth, where you will have fun getting slightly lost.
Naoussa Alleys (1)
Our virtual stroll takes us through the maze of the village's narrow streets, where restaurants, cafés, bars and shops line up.
Naoussa Alleys (10)
All the alleys near the seafront and the main square are lined with countless cafés, bars and shops.
Naoussa Alleys (11)
All the alleys near the seafront and the main square are lined with countless cafés, bars and shops.
Naoussa Alleys (12)
Continue straight ahead in the direction of the Kimisis tis Theotokou church. You will find many restaurants along the way.
Naoussa Alleys (13)
Continue straight ahead in the direction of the Kimisis tis Theotokou church. You will find many restaurants along the way.
Naoussa Alleys (14)
Continue straight ahead in the direction of the Kimisis tis Theotokou church. You will find many restaurants along the way.
Naoussa Alleys (15)
Continue straight ahead in the direction of the Kimisis tis Theotokou church. You will find many restaurants along the way.
Naoussa Alleys (16)
Along the alley going up to the big church of Kimisis tis Theotokou, a lane on right goes to the end of the main street and passes in front of Ydroussa, a fine restaurant.
Naoussa Alleys (17)
This alley lined with restaurants leads to the south of the village, towards the Pantanassis church which is 200m from the KTEL bus stop and a large car park.
Naoussa Alleys (18)
This alley lined with restaurants leads to the south of the village, towards the Pantanassis church which is 200m from the KTEL bus stop and a large car park.
Naoussa Alleys (19)
This alley lined with restaurants leads to the south of the village, towards the Pantanassis church which is 200m from the KTEL bus stop and a large car park.
Naoussa Alleys (2)
Our virtual stroll takes us through the maze of the village's narrow streets, where restaurants, cafés, bars and shops line up.
Naoussa Alleys (20)
This alley lined with restaurants leads to the south of the village, towards the Pantanassis church which is 200m from the KTEL bus stop and a large car park.
Naoussa Alleys (21)
This alley lined with restaurants leads to the south of the village, towards the Pantanassis church which is 200m from the KTEL bus stop and a large car park.
Naoussa Alleys (22)
Our walk ends here, in front of the narrow passage leading to the excellent Restaurant Ydroussa, open in the evening in a very romantic atmosphere. Further on, the alley leads near Pantanassis church, 200m from the bus stop and the large car park at the entrance to the village.
Naoussa Alleys (3)
One of the entrances to the labyrinth of alleys where visitors like to get lost to discover bars, restaurants and shops nestled everywhere.
Naoussa Alleys (4)
Beyond these arches, remnants of the past, we arrive at one of the best restaurants in Naoussa, so well known that it is best to reserve your table.
Naoussa Alleys (5)
One of the most picturesque spots in the labyrinth, with its double arch that evokes the ancient times when the villages had to be fortified. This is where you'll find the fine restaurant Yemeni, so famous that it is better to book in advance.
Naoussa Alleys (6)
We are here in front of one of the entrances of Yemeni, one of the best restaurants in Naoussa. We turn our backs to the alley, because our walk is actually going to go backwards, around the corner of the restaurant and get lost further away.
Naoussa Alleys (7)
We are here in front of Yemeni, one of the best restaurants in Naoussa, in the alley that goes (behind us) towards the main square of the village.
Naoussa Alleys (8)
Continuing straight ahead, we will arrive at the large village square. By taking the alley on the left, we will leave in the direction of the church Kimisis tis Theotokou and of more restaurants.
Naoussa Alleys (9)
All the alleys near the seafront and the main square are lined with countless cafés, bars and shops.
Sea front (1)
Here we follow the waterfront between the two marina piers towards the picturesque fishing port.
Sea front (10)
We bypass the Agios Nikolaos church and arrive at the old fishing port.
Sea front (2)
Here we follow the waterfront between the two marina piers towards the picturesque fishing port.
Sea front (3)
Here we follow the waterfront between the two marina piers towards the picturesque fishing port.
Sea front (4)
Here we follow the waterfront between the two marina piers towards the picturesque fishing port.
Sea front (5)
Just before the second jetty, a bridge spans the basin fed by the small stream that runs through the village. Further on there is a square from where we can go for a walk in the narrow streets.
Sea front (6)
After the second pier, the waterfront continues towards the fishing port, lined with countless bars and restaurants.
Sea front (7)
This section of the seafront is lined with many cafés and restaurants. This is where the small shuttles leave for the beaches of the bay.
Sea front (8)
Passing by the fishing boats lined up along the quay, we approach the church of Agios Nikolaos and the picturesque fishing port.
Sea front (9)
The small, simple Agios Nikolaos church is especially eye-catching because of its shape and location, facing the tower of the kastro that watches over the entrance to the small fishing port.
Sea view
A beautiful sea view awaiting you at the end of an alley...
Second pier (1)
The second pier of the marina, right next to the mouth of the stream that runs down the main street of the village. We will of course make a small detour there.
Second pier (2)
The second pier offers beautiful views of the fishing boats, the kastro and the village crowned by the Kimisis tis Theotokou church.
Second pier (3)
The second pier offers beautiful views of the fishing boats, the kastro and the village crowned by the Kimisis tis Theotokou church.
Second pier (4)
From the second pier of the marina, we see the ruins of the Venetian kastro from an unusual angle.
Small bridge
Before flowing into the sea, the stream that runs down the main street goes through a pond where the ducks frolic, spanned by a small bridge.
Venetian Kastro (1)
The ruins of a Venetian kastro stand at the entrance to the fishing port, at the end of a pier beaten by the waves. There remains only one tower, the rest is submerged and is distinguished only on satellite photos.
Venetian Kastro (2)
The ruins of a Venetian kastro stand at the entrance to the fishing port, at the end of a pier beaten by the waves. There remains only one tower, the rest is submerged and is distinguished only on satellite photos.
Venetian Kastro (3)
The ruins of a Venetian kastro stand at the entrance to the fishing port, at the end of a pier beaten by the waves. There remains only one tower, the rest is submerged and is distinguished only on satellite photos.
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