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ISLAND OF PAROS

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PAROS - PAROIKA

Parikia is the main commercial harbor of the island. It is a fairly busy and noisy harbor but it is an excellent shelter form the meltemi and from the south winds.

 

Moor stern-to in the Yacht Quay in Parikia paying particular attention to the boulders near the quay 3 metres on outside of west end less further east. The bottom is sand and weed — good holding.

PAROS - NAOUSSA

Naoussa marina was completely rebuilt in 2011 creating space for up to 80 yachts. Laid lines along south wall. If anchoring, watch for blocks and chains from the unused laid line system. In good weather you can anchor off and visit the town.

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PAROS - NAOUSSA TOWN 

Naoussa town is a picturesquе fishing villаge. In the evening this οld town with thе small labуrinth-like аlleys, cоzy littlе bars and shοps for hаnd-made sоuvenirs becomes one of the most popular seаsidе resоrts which сan be seen in Cyclades.

PAROS - NAOUSSA FORT 

The Venetian Fort of Naoussa is located in the old port and it is the most characteristic spot of this lovely town. Originally constructed in the 15th century by the Venetians. Today only part of this fort survives a half-submerged watchtower that is connected to the mainland with a short path. 

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