Paros Events (18)
Routes in Marpissa is a three-day, experiential, cultural festival organized by a group of volunteers and takes place every August in Marpissa, Paros.
If you love photography and greek landscapes then this festival is for you!
Every year nine days after the Assumption of the Virgin, a great festival is celebrated in Naoussa, this picturesque port town on the northern side of Paros.
Yummy Greek food, traditional music, and the blue Aegean sea. Can you imagine anything better?
Do you want to discover the real spirit of the Cyclades islands? Attend the feast of the Assumption at Paros and you will find out the real Greek religious spirit!
In case you don't know it already, every celebration in Paros lasts until the first morning hours. And this feast is no exception, as it is one of the biggest celebrations of the island!
For the 8th consecutive year, Aegean Film Festival is coming back at the islands of Patmos and Paros. Its goal? To fill our nights with high-quality international screenings!
An actually no existing exhibition is taking place on the island of Paros, at the capital village of Naousa. At the Fotis Art Cafe, the Greek artist Miltos Michailidis presents his Notes on an island.
Between 20-28 September the island of Paros will be offering the chance to visitors to enjoy watching a professional tennis competition – the "Future Tournament"
For three days the Paros Music festival invites you to a great musical experience full of Greek pop, rock and even latin and reggae sounds.
he opening of Watermark presenting Gisele's fascinating new photographs and a video installation, has taken place at the Apothiki Gallery on Tuesday the 15th of July at 8 pm
The Kiteboarding World Cup on Paros has been scheduled from the 19th to the 25th June 2008 and specifically on the beach of Pounda, opposite to Antiparos.
Five Dutch artists, who have been living and working on the island either permanently or periodically, are now showing their work which has been inspired exclusively by Paros
Literary Translation Award is now in its second year and is accepting literary translations into Greek from English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, which were published in 2007.
The Municipality of Paros has formally handed over a building, which was initially a small hotel, to the European Translation Center.
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