Paros Town is the capital of the island. With a population of approximately 3000, this little town is the business and social center of Paros. Encircling the port, Paros is built in the traditional architectural style of the Cyclades, consisting of whitewashed houses with flat roofs. One side of the waterfront is lined with cafes, tavernas, bars and restaurants while the beaches lay on the other side. The trademark of Paros Town is the large whitewashed windmill which greets you as you enter the port.
Kamares is the port town of the island of Sifnos, located on the western side of the island. Sifnos is one the most famous ceramics production centers in the country,andyou will find many workshops specked around the town. The principle settlement is located on the right side of the port and has a lot of tavernas, shops and bread shops where you can replenish your provisions. The shoreline has a watersports club where you can enjoy handling something faster and smaller than your boat.
Karavostasi lies on the south eastern shore of Folegandros. The entire island consists of three villages with a total population of around 800. Karavostasi is the port town of Folegandros and offers a number of shops and tavernas to cater most needs. Most of the nicest beaches in Folegandros can only be reached by foot or boat, so it is likely that you will discover your own private beach for the day.
There is no island like Santorini and without uncertainty it is the most prominent island in Greece, famous for its mesmerizing sunsets. There aren’t many travel destinations that boast excellent beaches, breathtaking vistas, historical cities, world class restaurants,some of the best wine in the world,all in the vicinity of an active volcano! The approach by yacht is essentially stunning, and most yachts enter the caldera from the north west side. The best place to leave your yacht to explore the lovely Santorini is the Vlichada marina on the southern tip of the island.
Katapola is the principle port of Amorgos and lies on the northern shore of the island. On landing in the port you're invited by white windmills, customary blue and white houses and a great ancient Venetian castle. Some old remains of the Cretan city of Minoa lie over the port. Inside the town you'll locate a copious supply of tavernas and shops.
Nauosa is thought to be one of the prettiest towns in the Cyclades. In spite of the rapid growth of tourism, the island has managed to preserve its authenticity. The village is an enchanting place with narrow winding streets, tiny churches and littlewhitewashed houses with embellished with flowers. The port is at the core of the town and full of small fishing boats overlooked by the remains of an ancient Venetian castle.
On the off chance that you didn't have a chance to investigate Paros on your first night then we emphatically suggest hitting the town center on your final night.With its choice of restaurants, bars, traditional Greek tavernas, clubs and beaches, Paros has something for everybody.