phos- [ from Greek phōs, light; ]


Private Location

tranquil and peaceful to ensure total relaxation and privacy

Breathtaking Views

stunning, vivid, picturesque sunsets and priceless landscapes right at your doorstep

Premium Relaxation

sunbathe, swim, workout at the gym, play tennis or basketball, enjoy a billiard game or take a private boat trip

Best Proximity

whether it is lunch in Paroikia or dinner at Naoussa, all is a hop, skip and jump away

About Paros

Paros is the third largest island of the Cyclades, historically known for it's white Parian marble. Situated west of Naxos, from which it is separated by a narrow strait of about 3 miles, while the distance from Piraeus is 95 nautical miles.
It has an area of 194.46 sq.kms and a coastline of 118,50 kms.
The local population of the island, according to the latest census, comes to 14,000 inhabitants,
and the number of annual visitors exceeds 200,000.

A quick ferry ride from Antiparos and close proximity to reknown near-by islands, Santorini, Mykonos, Delos and Ios
among many other. The geographical position of Paros in the center of the Aegean,
the crossroads of the sea routes connecting mainland Greece with the islands of the Archipelago,
the Asian Minor coast and the wider Mediterranean,
has been through the centuries at the root of the island's development.

The climate of the island is typical of the Cyclades: warm temperature and dry.
Some of the shores of Paros form beautiful beaches and natural little harbours, and some are rocky and steep.
On its northern part they form the large bay of Naoussa, one of the most picturesque harbours in the Aegean.


Mrs. Athina Gerolymatos
+30 6970014994

Mr. Manolis Moschovos
+30 6948114945