Worth seeing

The church of Panagia Ekatontapyliani

The church is located in Parikia, just 200 meters away from the port and is one of the most important and best preserved Christian churches in Greece. According to tradition, the original building of this temple was the work of the Emperor of Byzantium the Great and Saint Constantine to fulfill the wish of his mother, Saint Helen. August 15th is her feast day and many events take place. The church of Panagia Ekatontapyliani also houses the Ecclesiastical Museum, which features rare ecclesiastical works of art, wood carvings and relics from the Byzantine era.

Archaeological Museum

The Museum consists of three rooms and an outdoor area. It is located right behind the church of Ekatontapiliani. There are findings from the Neolithic era to early Christian times. Among them, the Victory of Paros, the archaic marble Gorgo, kouroi, sculptures from archaic and classical times, Mycenaean, Geometric, Archaic findings and a mosaic floor from Roman times.

The Venetian Fortress

The Venetian Castle in Naoussa, Paros, was built by the Venetians in the 16th century to protect the settlement of Naoussa from pirates. Today most of it is submerged, but it is one of the most beautiful sights on the island of Paros.
The Frankish Castle
It was built at the beginning of the 13th century by the Venetians. It is built from marble architectural members of ancient temples of Paros. It is located at the top of the hill from where the view is breathtaking.
The valley of butterflies
It is a natural park, full of different towering trees, running water, paths and local vegetation. A landscape of unique natural beauty where in the months of June to September, the Valley is filled with butterflies, creating an unusual, but beautiful phenomenon. A refreshment stand is available at the entrance of the valley. The park is open from June to September from 09:30 to 19:30.
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