Hotels in Naoussa
Anemomylos Apartments are situated in the picturesque Naoussa. The complex boasts studios and apartments that feature a balcony or veranda, air conditioning, satellite TV, phone, wifi, fridge, hot plate, coffee machine and more. It is appointed with a swimming pool, snack bar, sitting room with TV, ...
Parilio belongs to the Design Hotels collection and is highly recommended for luxurious holiday. It can be found in a tranquil and private spot in the area of Kolymbithres and it is surrounded by dense greenery. In addition to its exceptional interior design, the hotel offers great facilities, ...
At Cosme Hotel, whether you choose your journey or let your journey choose itself, our welcoming team is here to send you on your path. Revel in the spirit of the private beach club, step into the treasures of Anthologist boutique, relax at the sweeping spa, or meet friends for a Medite-grecian meal ...
Things to See & Do in Naoussa
Top Activities & Tours in Naoussa
Category: Day Trips, Island, Boat Tours
Take part in this tour so that you can see both Delos and Mykonos. Delos a significant island & archeological site, full of ancient ruins. While visiting it, you will also get to see its museum. On the other hand, Mykonos is the center of all action in the Cyclades. Stroll around its main town and ...
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The area is also famous for its numerous golden beaches filling the natural bay, such as Kolymbithres, Agioi Anargyri, Monastiri and many more.
From the wildest and more secluded seashores to the fully organized ones, those beaches are ideal for everyone, covering all tastes and needs.
All of them can be reached via footpaths, asphalted roads, or by caiques (small fishing boats) from the port.
In addition, the village has many beautiful churches to visit such as the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin, which is located on the highest spot of the village, or the Church of Agios Nikolaos (Saint Nicholas) which houses an impressive Byzantine Museum. The museum houses an exhibition of invaluable 13th-century icons. Some of the town's monuments date back to the Byzantine era.
Many other places of interest which are worth visiting can be found in the area near Naoussa, including a few archeological sites.
Every year, on August 23rd, nine days after the Assumption of the Virgin, a great festivity is celebrated; a reenactment of pirate raids is performed by the young people of the village and fireworks are thrown while dancing. Eating and drinking go on until the morning.
leda_dacanalis 17 Jul 2011Great location horrible foodThe spot is what attracts people to this restaurant but when the food arrives you are in for a dissapointment. Everything is overpriced but very very average. So is the service. I've had spectacular eats at other more modest places in the Greek islands at a fraction of the price.
oliviatres 03 Apr 2011Good spot to watch peopleOne of the many restaurants around the port of Naoussa. Good food, kind of more elegant than the usual taverns, but the best is the spot. A good place to watch the people go up and down.
agelikoni 26 Oct 2009Beautiful villagesYou cannot visit Paros and not even pass by Naoussa. Naoussa is a beautiful village, located on a huge bay, in northern Paros. As you can easily understand from the hundreds of boats at the bay, this is a fishing place.
Wherever you go in Naoussa, bay, narrow streets, churches, beach, still this is one of the best places in Paros. While there, you can take a look at the Wine Museum, and if you are visiting Paros in summer, ask the locals about the dates of the fish and wine festival! Very close to Naoussa, there is the Paros Aqua Park. The park is very big and it was a nice surprise to see that they are actually using sea water! I don't remember the ticket fare, but I think it was not that expensive.
If you like quiet villages, away from the crowded villages, Lefkes is a small village in the center of the island. Away from the sea, provides a very cozy environment, with Greek traditional coffee shops and taverns.
L_Wallace 29 Mar 2009Sophisticated and vividDo not have any doubt that Naoussa is the best village on Paros. Parikia, the capital, is also fine but it gets too noisy sometimes. But Naoussa gives another sense: more picturesque, more sophisticated, more vivid with the bars around the small port. I honestly adored this village, it has a secret power to make you feel optimist.
Aishling_24 14 Nov 2007Naoussa was spectacularVillage of Naoussa was spectacular, beaches were lovely on the island, nightlife was quite hard to find, didn't find any nightclubs in fact. Aqualand was fantastic. Taxis were not freely avail and to get back to our hotel was always a hassle. So I recommend that you bring your driving licence as we wanted to rent quad bikes but didn't have our licences with us.
There was one italian restaurant in Naoussa -can't remember its name but it had the nicest italian food I've ever tasted; there wasn't enough asian food available though.
K_Stirling 19 Dec 2006A clean village near the seaNationality: Greek
-How did you get to Naoussa village: By motorbike
-Where is your accommodation located: Santa Maria - Naoussa
-How much time did it take you to reach the village: 20 minutes
-What are the conditions of the roads that take you to Naoussa village: Good
-Did you enjoy the trip to the village: Yes
-In order to get to Naoussa village were enough signs in order to find it: Had to ask someone on our way
-Why did you choose this Naoussa village: Proposed by our travel agency in Athens
-How would you describe the village: Many flowers, clean, by the sea, many churches, restaurants/cafιs, great atmosphere
-Can everything, one might need, be found in the village: Telephone, bank, mini market, restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs, shops, travel agencies, hotels and other accommodations
- Did the village meet your expectations? Yes Rate: 8/10
- Favorite thing about the village: Food, service
- Is there anything that you dont like about the village or things that should be done by the authorities to improve it or is something missing: No, I dont think so
- Any recommendations/tips for future visitors: They will have a real good time
- Would you come to this village again: I would like so
Other recommended villages? Paroikia, Lefkes