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ZEFI HOTEL, located at a distance of 300 meters from the center of Naoussa, is 10 km far from the port of Parikia and 20 km far from the airport of Alyki. At a distance of 400 meters you will find the superb beach of Agii Anargiri, at a distance of 2.5 you will find the superb beach of Santa Maria, while 50 meters away there is a super market as well as taverns and restaurants. Only 300 meters from the complex there is the bus station for your transfer. As far as the transfer by taxi is concerned, the distance to the port will cost you 9 euros and the distance to the airport 16 euros. The bus ticket will cost you 2 euros and 4 euros respectively. Getting at ZEFI HOTEL: From the airport, take the road that leads towards Parikia and then Naoussa town. When you arrive at Naoussa, go to the bus terminal and take the first road to the left and then take the last turn on the right. Follow this road and at the second turn on your left you will find the hotel located on the right-hand side.

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Paros Park
The natural, unspoiled rock formations that are a great sample of Cycladic beauty are one. The walking paths that introduce you to the beautiful nature on the island all year round are another. If you visit during the summer you should definitely have a swim at the gorgeous beach of Monastiri (AiYannis), or watch a film for free under the stars at the open movie theater Cine Enastron. During the yearly festival of the Park (June-October) a number of jazz, classical music and traditional Greek concerts and fascinating cultural events also take place. The Cycladic monastery of Ai Yiannis Detis and the Museum of the Park with the permanent historic exhibition ‘The Island of Paros through the Russian cartography 1770-1774’ are also well worth a visit.
Lefkes Village
Lefkes is a picturesque mountain village in Paros that is famous for its traditional character. Lefkes had been the first capital of Paros which was built by immigrants from Crete and locals who were looking for protection against pirate attacks. It is built in an amphitheatre shape with many beautiful, neoclassic buildings, quirky little passages and charming ‘hidden’ cafés where you can enjoy the architecture. Lefkes is also known for its tavernas, such as taverna Klarinos, that specialise in delicious grilled meats.
Panagia Ekatontapyliani
Panagia Ekatontapyliani (Our Lady of a Hundred Doors) is a spectacular 4th century Byzantine Church in the port town of Parikia. It is considered one of the most important sacred sights in Greece as the oldest remaining Byzantine. The legend says that 99 doors have been found in the Church and the 100th will be discovered only when Constantinople is Greek again. The icon of Panagia in the church is considered miraculous.
Old Town And Port Of Naoussa
You have not really seen Paros if you haven’t walked the white-washed cobblestone alleys of the Old Town in Naoussa which lead to its picturesque port. A trademark of Paros’ identity and local architecture, these little, narrow maze-like passages may be peaceful and quiet during the hot summer mornings, but as soon as the night comes they team with people and life. Take the opportunity to sit in one of the numerous bars and restaurants that place their tables outside to enjoy the island vibe and indulge into some people-watching.
Parikia
The port town of Parikia is a charming, traditional settlement with beautiful cobblestone alleys, white washed houses and countless attractive little shops and cafés. The boutiques in Parikia offer great shopping opportunities with famous brands and popular clothes and accessories collections. The traditional shops that sell local art, Greek style jewellery by talented artists, and various imaginative souvenirs are also worth exploring.
Kolybithres
Kolybithres is probably the most famous beach on the island because of their million year old granite rock formations that are part of a unique geology. Even though they can be reached by car or public transport, it is worth taking one of the retired fishing boats from the port of Naoussa that transfer people across daily, and enjoy the great views. Once you are there pick a spot on your favourite rock and enjoy the crystal clear waters.