Mar 20, 2019 - Mar 21, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Nice place to visit although it wasn't very busy when we went in mid June. Nice local restaurants but most everything doesn't open until 5pm
I couldn't help but be charmed by this antiquated Greek port. The picturesque boats and cobblestone streets are out of a storybook. Don't miss the seafood -- everything you want in a Greek dining experience: fresh and simple and immediate.
This was a town recommended by the locals in Paros, Greece. We understood why after visiting. Its charming cobblestone streets and abundance of outdoor restaurants make it a lovely place to spend hours drinking house wine (which we did)! It also has secret and narrow alleyways you can get lost in for fun. At night those alleys come alive as shops open up selling a variety of goods from magnets to designer shoes.