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Paroikia Marina, Paros Island, Greece
Paroikia Marina is a small port positioned on the Paros Island in the city of Paros with immediate access to the Aegean Sea. The little town of Paroikia is the commercial and cultural centre of Paros as well as the main port of Paros Island. Sightseeing enthusiasts will be astonished by the multitude of attractions that this superb area offers. Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Greece and provides guided tours of its narrow corridors and large halls. This outstanding venue is open for visitation all year round and includes a small souvenir shop. Santa Maria Beach is the central point of attractions for tourists and will mesmerise you with superb corals, a multitude of marine wildlife and golden sanded shores. The most luxurious hotels in the area offer remarkable accommodations in their large suites and fantastic penthouses. Arkas Inn, Hotel Oasis, Votsalo Apartments and Paros Agnanti Hotel are the top rated establishments in Paros.
Facilities of Paroikia Marina
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Paroikia Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Paros Island
Paros (/ˈpɛərɒs/; Greek: Πάρος; Venetian: Paro), one of the largest of the Cyclades cluster, is known for its whitewashed houses, bright sun and breathtaking beaches. The island lies to the west of Naxos, from which it is separated by a channel about 8 kilometers wide and 161 kilometers south-east of Piraeus.
All through history, Paros was celebrated for its fine white marble, which in turn gave birth to the term "Parian" to describe marble or china of similar qualities. However, nowadays Paros primarily thrives off of tourism, even though abandoned marble quarries and mines can be discovered on the island. According to mythology, the first colonist was Cretan Alcaios, who established the first city in the location where Parikia stands today. Back then, it is said that Cretans made use of the island, which was then referred to as Minoa, as a naval station due to its prime position in the center of Cyclades and its two safe harbor... more info
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