Tours in Paros

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A Guided bus tour around Paros island
Naoussa Harbour, Paros, Cyclades, Greece
¤ Price: 40 Euros per person
¤ Departures : Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday.
¤ Duration : 09:00 - 17:00.
Join us in a bus tour around the island of Paros. Our comfortable, air-conditioned coach takes us first to Parikia, the capital of Paros. Here, we can visit the famous Byzantine Church of Ekatontapyliani, the church of “The Hundred Doors”.Leaving the church, we wander through the narrow streets of Parikia and visit the old Venetian castle on the southwestern side of the harbor.
Delos & Mykonos Boat tour
The Naxians Lions Terrace, Delos, Cyclades, Greece
¤ Price: 50 Euros per person
¤ Departures : Daily except Friday & Sunday
¤ Duration : 09:30 - 18:00.
Let us take you visit the real gems of the Cyclades. First Delos, the sacred island of the ancient Greeks, with its unique archaeological monuments and one of the most important archaeological museums in Greece. Secondly Mykonos, a beautiful cosmopolitan island with wonderful Cycladic architecture and traditional style, preserved and maintained even with the new buildings.
A Guided Santorini boat & bus tour
Caldera view, Santorini, Cyclades, Greece
¤ Price: 65 Euros per person
¤ Departures : Tuesday & Wednesday.
¤ Duration : 08:00 - 18:30.
Enjoy the magical journey while sailing on the blue waters of the Aegean sea and, upon arrival to Santorini, admire the stunning view of the island with its unique scenery. The first stop by bus from the harbor is in picturesque Oia and finally the attractive town of Fira. Climbing up to the top of the cliff and have a breathtaking view.
Iraklia & Koufonissia boat tour
Koufonissia, Cyclades, Greece
¤ Price: 45 Euros per person
¤ Departures : Monday & Friday.
¤ Duration : 10:00 - 18:00.
Let us take you to the Aegean Islands which still resemble an undiscovered paradise. We leave from Piso Livadi on a small excursion boat, and after a short journey arrive in Ai Giorgi, the small port of Iraklia. There is a feeling of being at least ten years behind the rest of the world and we suggest that you just let yourselves enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and the local way of life.