South Aegean

Ηopping between villages is the perfect follow-up to enjoying the lively atmosphere of the towns and beautiful beaches of Paros

Escaping to the villages of Paros

Like settling down to a great book after watching a blockbuster, hopping between villages is the perfect follow-up to enjoying the lively atmosphere of the towns and beautiful beaches of Paros.
Stroll along the maze of alleyways, through vaulted archways and past dazzlingly white and mostly immaculately maintained houses

9 ways to feel the spirituality of Patmos

It’s incredible how Patmos can make peace and simplicity seem so graceful. The entire old town, the famed castle-monastery and the Cave of the Apocalypse are, together, a UNESCO-protected monument.
Τhe Temple of Demeter, the 6th-century BC sanctuary dedicated to the goddess of harvest and fertility

A tour of the Temple of Demeter on Naxos

To find the source of Naxos’ delicious agricultural produce, head to the Temple of Demeter, the 6th-century BC sanctuary dedicated to the goddess of harvest and fertility…and a forerunner of the Parthenon.
Strolling through the port of Naoussa, you’re instantly struck by the remnants of the Venetian Castle (Kastelli)_Landscape

8 ways to get the most out of Paros

Right in the heart of the Cyclades, Paros is an Aegean island famous for its great beaches, watersports and the fantastic vibe of its main town. But it’s also got another side you’ll love to discover, blending style and tradition in an irresistible way. A