Paros shopping

Paros shopping

Most shops in Paros island are found in Kastro, the old quarter of Parikia, which can be found in the heart of the capital, few minutes of walk from the port. All kind of shops are standing one next to the other in the shopping hub, from jewelries and clothes to souvenir shops. Many art galleries are also found in the streets of Parikia. The same shopping scene exists in Naoussa, the other main tourist town in Paros.

Shopping in Paros is a nice pastime. Shops open from morning until after midnight, when tourists go for a stroll before clubbing. Many mini-markets are found in the main tourist spots of the island to serve the basic needs of visitors.

Here are some shops in Paros. Each shop is presented with detailed text, photos and point on Google map. All request forms go directly to the shop manager.

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Type: Shopping

Category: Dive & Fishing Shop

Location: Glyfa

Established in the early 90s, Bit Of Salt is still the only surf shop on Paros, catering for surfers around the world and their every need, from the smallest screw, lightest board, longest fin, fastest sail or cheapest wetsuit.


Type: Ceramics

Location: Kostos

In the year 2000 Studio Yria celebrated twenty-three years of handcrafted ceramic production on the island of Paros. Studio Yria was originally conceived as a ceramic studio which would design and produce utilitarian earthenware pottery.


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