Bountiful Naoussa is surrounded by orchards and vineyards, and the area is as famous for its wine and jam as it is its annual international film festival. This is a place to indulge your senses through activities like tasting tours, cooking classes and spa treatments. Looking to explore your spiritual side? Ground yourself at an area meditation or yoga center.
Restaurants in Naoussa
5 based on 37 reviews
Greek cooking lessons on Paros islandMorning class: 10:00AM-2:00PM (approx), class ends after your meal in the afternoonEvening class :16:00PM-20:00PM (approx), class ends after your meal in the eveningAvailable on request for a minimum of 4, maximum of 8, people, Monday to Friday. Closed the months of July and August.
Two of us took classes from Stella, head cook at Margarita's, for three afternoons, while staying at the Fyrogenis Palace Hotel next door. Stella showed us how to prepare the dishes we asked for and others besides. She made the classes lots of fun. We loved eating our own cooking afterward.
5 based on 36 reviews
Markellos and team have a phenomenal operation at Naoussa sailing team. The reviews on this site were one of the biggest reasons I decided to visit Paros and I couldn't have been more satisfied with the experience.
Beautiful sailing conditions and location, fast and well maintained boats, and very reasonable prices, what's not to love.
Even more important the team all loves to sail, and goes out of their way to make sure you have a great experience. I spent 4 days there in differing wind conditions and got to try a laser, 49er (twice), and 29er. It was a phenomenal introduction to skiff sailing and Markellos is top notch!.
Highly, highly recommend!.
4.5 based on 801 reviews
Visited this old church yesterday and were blown away by its original stone charm and beauty. To think this church was originally built in 326 makes it even more amazing. Signs of some old frescos are just visible at the front of the church as well. Entry is free so make sure you leave a few coins in appreciation.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Its a little bit ironic writing a review about this once secret gem of Naoussa in this huge base site but as long as it exists i am .A totally pure cycladic unspoiled beach from the past.Nudism is a must and nude walks too.Keep in mind that there are mostly couples situation, both straight and gay.Its a 15 minute walk from the little chapel. Please if you visit this place respect it! Dont litter!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Spent 3 nights here and that's about all you really need to explore the lovely little streets and shops. A laid-back town where everyone you meet is pleasant. I'd avoid the place in peak season though as it'd be positively chaotic. Quaint side streets with typical Greek villas, lots of cats of course, crazy drivers too. Lots of people choose to hire a quad bike to get around. A delightful place to watch the sun set.
4.5 based on 589 reviews
It's sandy, sheltered, waters lapping, gently shelving, free sun loungers (if you look hard enough) and easy to walk to or park near to. Good beach.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Really nice spot for a fairly formal wine tasting (pretty rehearsed and earnest), with really good wines in an elegant / cool tasting room. We got a platter afterwards and sat outside - good food and reasonably priced. An enjoyable change of scenery only a 10 minute walk from town. A slightly odd location, as there are no views, even though the sea is just out the back - seems a shame not to make more of the outside areas.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
A protected seaside area of 80 hectares with a network of walking trails, impressive rock formations, caves, hidden coves, Beaches & traces of history. Paros Park has an outdoor Amphitheater and runs the summer Festival at the Park, with Concerts & plays. There's also a free open-air cinema by the sea with summer film showings. At the central beach, there is a cafe & water sport facilities. The renovated monk cells of Ai Yiannis Detis monastery, hosts a permanent historic exhibition entitled "The Island of Paros through Russian cartography between 1770 and 1774". The chapel of the monastery and the catering facilities of the beach-bar make weddings at the Park a privileged choice.
Go about 45 minutes before sunset. Try the walk to the light house. If you want a longer one, go out to the area where Russian batteries once stood.
4.5 based on 810 reviews
We rented a car and were told to stop in Lefkes for lunch. We walked the village, with its typical white and blue scenery, had lunch in a great little restaurant (Agnadio), and of course went to see the church, with great views of the countryside. Make sure to bring your camera.
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