Let us guide you on what to do in Paros that will make your time here absolutely priceless.

About Paros


About Paros

Paros is a Greek island located in the Aegean Sea, part of the Cyclades group of islands. It has a total area of 196 square kilometers and a population of around 13,000 people.

Paros is known for its beautiful beaches, charming villages, and rich history. The island’s main town and port is Parikia, which has a picturesque waterfront lined with tavernas and cafes. Naoussa, a fishing village on the northern coast of the island, is another popular destination known for its nightlife and beaches.

The island has a long history, with evidence of human settlement dating back to the Neolithic period. In ancient times, Paros was famous for its fine white marble, which was used to create many of the most famous sculptures of ancient Greece. The island also played a significant role in the Byzantine and Venetian eras.

Today, tourism is a major industry on the island, with visitors attracted by its natural beauty, beaches, and rich cultural heritage. Paros is well-connected to the rest of Greece, with regular ferry services connecting it to Athens, other Cyclades islands, and the mainland.

Antiparos Island


Antiparos Island

Antiparos is a small and charming island located in the heart of the Cyclades in Greece. What makes Antiparos unique and authentic is its peaceful and laid-back vibe, pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, traditional villages, and unspoiled natural beauty.

The island’s traditional villages, such as Antiparos Town and Agios Georgios, are also worth exploring. These charming settlements are home to picturesque alleys, white-washed houses, and beautiful churches, providing a glimpse into the island’s rich history and culture.

Finally, Antiparos is a nature lover’s paradise. The island has many hiking trails that wind through rugged landscapes, lush forests, and pristine coastline. The famous Antiparos Cave is also a must-visit attraction, offering a stunning underground world of stalactites and stalagmites.

Winery Tours


Winery Tours

Moraitis Winery is a family-owned winery located in the picturesque island of Paros, Greece. The winery was founded in 1910 by Manolis Moraitis and has been passed down from generation to generation. Today, the winery is run by the fourth generation of the Moraitis family and has established itself as one of the leading wineries in Greece.

The winery produces a range of high-quality wines, including white, red, and rosé wines, made from both indigenous and international grape varieties. The vineyards are situated in some of the best locations on the island, benefiting from the island’s unique microclimate and soil, which impart a distinct character to the wines.

Moraitis Winery is committed to sustainable wine production practices, using traditional and modern techniques to ensure the quality and purity of their wines. The winery is open to visitors, offering wine tastings and tours of the vineyards and cellar, where visitors can learn about the winemaking process and the history of the Moraitis family.

Moraitis Winery is a proud ambassador of Greek wine, sharing the rich cultural heritage of the island of Paros through their exceptional wines.


A guided tour around the century-old winery and its underground cellars takes you behind the scenes on winemaking at Paros’ most historic winery and explores the unique characteristics of Paros terroir. The tour completes with a tasting of 3 wines accompanied by local bread and gruyere cheese.

Monday – Saturday, 11 – 5 pm (depending on availability)
Average duration: 60 minutes




In a world with diverse underwater ecosystems, and after academically studying the Parian seabed, the desire was to offer a personalized, fun experience:

One accompanied by knowledge, with respect to the needs of every person, of any age.

With the new and unique option of going underwater in any part of the area one wishes to explore each time, diving with us becomes a fascinating tale that complements the beauty and relaxed lifestyle of Paros Island with the unique cosmos vibrating beneath. Our mission is clear: To enjoy and experience

something fascinating, something that we as humans are not supposed to feel. To create a safe and fun adventure, respecting our aquatic ecosystem and discovering this old yet still not completely revealed world, on a journey that ultimately leads you to self-discovery!

Horse Riding


Horse Riding

Enjoy the scenery, because one of the great things about horse riding is that it can give you a unique perspective on the landscape. Take the time to appreciate it and enjoy the ride!
It starts at 7:00 a.m. and lasts 2/2.5 hours.The route is coastal, Xyfara-SantaMaria-Filizi-Abelas and we also enter the sea with the horses.
It starts at 18:00pm and lasts 1,5 hours.The route is from a path on the mountain,Ysterni- Damoulis-Abelas where we see around the view from above returning to the beach (not in the water) .
For children from 2-7 years old there is a half-hour (30′) ride in which there is aν attendant next to the child.
Parents can also follow on a horse (chargeable)
D.-PRIVATE ROUTE (minimum number of participants 2(TWO).
The private ride takes place at 10:30 or 11:00 in the morning and lasts 1.5 hours.The description of the ride is the same as route B (Mountain ride).
(For the private ride it is better to check availability at least 2 days in advance.)
We offer four different rides allowing you to experience the diverse beauty and scenery of Paros. All 4 rides are daily and operate with reservations depending on availability.
*Kindly note that the opening times of the routes may vary depending on the month of the ride.