Paros Drios

Information about Drios

Drios Paros: Drios is a small fishing village located on the east coast of Paros and surrounded by various nice sandy villages.
This is another smal fishing village of the island. There is a row of restaurants (specializing in fish of course) and below them is the picturesque harbour.

Looking out from the village you can see the uninhabited island of Drios.

How to get to Drios

Hotels in Drios

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Spiti Georgia

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The charming house Spiti Georgia is located near the village of Drios. It offers the unique opportunity of staying in a place designed according to the original Cycladic style. Its balconies have views of the nearest Cycladic islands, as well as the mainland. There is a fully equipped kitchen where you can cook your own food.

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Blue Waves Suites and Apartments

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Private plunge pools, spacious bedrooms, and impressive built-in showers are only a small part of the luxurious Blue Waves Studios and Apartments. The building complex is beachfront, situated in Kamari. In addition to its amazing private facilities, it also provides a swimming pool and a bar for all guests. Homemade breakfast is available.

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Glyfa Village

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Enjoy the summer breeze by the sea at Glyfa Village! Here, you will discover luxurious apartments with private terraces and a purely Cycladic design. Some of them may also have a fireplace and a private plunge pool, while stunning views of the Aegean Sea are guaranteed in all cases.


Things To See And Do In Drios

Activities & Entertainment

Map Of Drios, Paros

Reviews of Drios, Paros

1 Review
  • abo.abo 13 Aug 2013
    Perhaps the best taverna in the Cyclades
    I love Paros... the people, the culture, the religion, the strong family ties, the colours, the clarity in the sky.... the food... Talking of the food; if you are in Paros try dining at Annas Restaurant in Drios Village (opposite the supermarket) It is awesome!

    Anna does not show you a menu, she invites you into her kitchen and shows you all the pots containing her home made cooking. Her mum sits in the corner peeling figs, smiling and singing Greek songs.

    The food is amazing: from lamb, to fresh fish, to aubergines, to chick peas, to meat balls... all made with love... and will cost about 12 Euro plus wine :)

    Anna is the heart of the community and will welcome you into her "home"...and to the local village... If you go, please say "Ali sent you". She will give you the biggest smile and warmest welcome.

    Ali Boyle