Attractions In Paros

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Antiparos Cave
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

The most renowned cave in this part of the Aegean is on Antiparos, on a hill that’s 250 meters high in the southern part of the island. Next to the entrance of the cave is the small church of Agios Ioannis. The cave itself contains three large halls and is more than 100 meters deep with huge stalactites and stalagmites, many of which contain ancient inscriptions.

Ekatontapiliani
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Undoubtedly one of the most significant palaeochristian churches in Greece, the church of Ekatontapiliani (Church of 100 Doors) is reputed to be built in part by emperor and saint Constantine, in fulfilment of a wish to his mother Saint Eleni (Saint Helen). Constantine built the three-aisled basilica in the 4th century AD, with additions and changes in the 6th century AD.

Museum of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine art
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Situated in the walls of a once Catholic school in Naoussa that is centuries old, the museum houses Roman artefacts, Venetian sculptures, religious icons from the 12th century, wooden devotional vessels and much more.

Naousa Folklore Museum
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Get a taste of the past with mannequins dressed in traditional costumes from different areas of the island. This collection was painstakingly gathered by dedicated Parians who have now put it on display. Old photographs and objects of daily use are also on display.

Wine Museum
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

The Moraitis winemakers in Naoussa have now updated their methods with the budding of the new generation within the family who has taken this traditional yet challenging task upon themselves. This venue is more of a wine-tasting hall complete with multimedia projections while possibly getting delightfully tipsy.

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Antiparos Cave
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

The most renowned cave in this part of the Aegean is on Antiparos, on a hill that’s 250 meters high in the southern part of the island. Next to the entrance of the cave is the small church of Agios Ioannis. The cave itself contains three large halls and is more than 100 meters deep with huge stalactites and stalagmites, many of which contain ancient inscriptions.

Ekatontapiliani
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Undoubtedly one of the most significant palaeochristian churches in Greece, the church of Ekatontapiliani (Church of 100 Doors) is reputed to be built in part by emperor and saint Constantine, in fulfilment of a wish to his mother Saint Eleni (Saint Helen). Constantine built the three-aisled basilica in the 4th century AD, with additions and changes in the 6th century AD.

No Landmarks Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Attractions.
Museum of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine art
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Situated in the walls of a once Catholic school in Naoussa that is centuries old, the museum houses Roman artefacts, Venetian sculptures, religious icons from the 12th century, wooden devotional vessels and much more.

Naousa Folklore Museum
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Get a taste of the past with mannequins dressed in traditional costumes from different areas of the island. This collection was painstakingly gathered by dedicated Parians who have now put it on display. Old photographs and objects of daily use are also on display.

No Nature & Flora Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Attractions.
No Olive Mills Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Attractions.
Antiparos Cave
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

The most renowned cave in this part of the Aegean is on Antiparos, on a hill that’s 250 meters high in the southern part of the island. Next to the entrance of the cave is the small church of Agios Ioannis. The cave itself contains three large halls and is more than 100 meters deep with huge stalactites and stalagmites, many of which contain ancient inscriptions.

Ekatontapiliani
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Undoubtedly one of the most significant palaeochristian churches in Greece, the church of Ekatontapiliani (Church of 100 Doors) is reputed to be built in part by emperor and saint Constantine, in fulfilment of a wish to his mother Saint Eleni (Saint Helen). Constantine built the three-aisled basilica in the 4th century AD, with additions and changes in the 6th century AD.

Museum of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine art
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Situated in the walls of a once Catholic school in Naoussa that is centuries old, the museum houses Roman artefacts, Venetian sculptures, religious icons from the 12th century, wooden devotional vessels and much more.

Naousa Folklore Museum
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

Get a taste of the past with mannequins dressed in traditional costumes from different areas of the island. This collection was painstakingly gathered by dedicated Parians who have now put it on display. Old photographs and objects of daily use are also on display.

No Wildlife & Fauna Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Attractions.
Wine Museum
Cyclades / Paros & Antiparos

The Moraitis winemakers in Naoussa have now updated their methods with the budding of the new generation within the family who has taken this traditional yet challenging task upon themselves. This venue is more of a wine-tasting hall complete with multimedia projections while possibly getting delightfully tipsy.