Paros: Greece you will not want to leave
White marble, swathes of fine white sand, pristine waters, Paros, one of the biggest and most populated islands of the Cyclades, is all this and more.
Look for the available
yachts in the area
Less renowned than its glamorous neighbors Mykonos and Santorini, Paros is just as beautiful and exciting. Its more low-key charm does not include a huge array of activities for the relentless tourist, but Paros makes up for its lack of VIP glamour with a nice offer of artistic, cultural, and sport attractions framed by glorious scenery.
Paros is the favorite destination of kite-boarders, paragliders, and fans of nautical skiing, as well as a stop-over of the Windsurfing World Cup.
The island boasts a good array of luxury hotels, berthing facilities, and landings spots for a comfortable stay during your vacation to Greece on a Silver Star Yachting luxury boat. The larger operations are in ParoikaBay, with the touristic port, and Marmara Bay.
Paros is a typical Mediterranean island of golden beaches, crystal-clear waters, and bone-white houses. Framed by lush, sometimes wild vegetation, it is embedded in an atmosphere of timeless tranquility that extends to its shores, where tourists can enjoy hours of splendid isolation under the warm sun. A narrow strip of land connects Paros to its sister Antiparos, sitting only 4 nautical miles offshore and accessible also by boat.
Rock formations and coves huddled below imposing cliffs add an element of adventure to your cruise along the coast of Paros on a boat charter. The island boasts many snorkeling sites and splendid beaches, like Trypiti, Drios and Golden Beach, to the far east. The secluded spots of Alyki, Piso and the long strand of sand of Faragas are found on the southern coast. Yet more lovely beaches are Marchello, Parasporos, Polos e Kalogiros.
You need to do no more than set your yacht to sailing mode to head to this little Aegean jewel.