Naoussa   

Naoussa is a traditional fishing village, owning the largest fishing fleet in the Cyclades. Located at the northern coast of Paros, Naoussa hosts one of the most picturesque in the Aegean Sea. The large number of facilities for accommodation and nightlife has not eroded the traditional character of the village.

Here the visitor will find hotels, camping, travel agencies, shops, bars, cafes and traditional restaurants. The village is characterized by the typical Cycladic architecture with narrow cobbled streets and whitewashed houses. Within a short distance from the village, is located the famous beach Kolimbithres where you should definitely take a ‘dive’.

During your stay, visit the interesting archaeological sites such as the settlement of Koukounaries hill, the cemetery Plastiras dated back in the Bronze Age and the Venetian castle on the north side of the harbor. You may also admire the impressing frescoes and the unique design of the nearby religious monuments. Undoubtedly, the most famous are Logovarda monastery, the medieval church dedicated to Saint George (Agios Georgios) and the Cathedral of the Assumption (Panagia).

Buses to Naoussa
No. 2: Paroikia - Naoussa (Paroikia - Kamares - Kolimbithres – Naoussa)
No. 5: Paroikia - Naoussa - Dryos (Paroikia - Naoussa - Ysterni - Prodromos - Marmara – Piso Livadi - Logaras - Punda Beach – Chrisi Akti – Dryos)

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