5-Star Hotel Guide


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Luxury Villas in Paros

5-star guide to Paros

Paros appears comfortable in its nonchalance, having preserved some of its local spirit and avoided many of the problems that come with mass tourism. Late spring is a magical time to visit, when hillsides are still green and beaches are almost deserted.

Paros has all that you would want from a Greek island escape: whitewashed buildings; blue domed churchess; lively harbours filled with small fishing boats; and an easy-going atmosphere that owes something to its heritage of, like Ibiza, being on the 1960's hippy trail to Asia.

This picture-postcard island has provided inspiration to artists and travellers alike: the Venus de Milo is believed to have been conceived from marble quarried on the island.

Savvy travellers visit Paros in late spring or early autumn, when the weather is pleasant, the sea is warm, the landscape remains green and towns and villages are uncrowded.

However, all year-round, you will enjoy a peaceful escape at lovely Villa Julianne which combines rustic style with contemporary facilities on this picture-postcard island.