Naoussa in Paros Greece is among the most picturesque villages in Cyclades. The old Venetian port of Naoussa, lined up with seaside taverns and lounge bars, frequently features as the most characteristic spot of Paros island. Naoussa is certainly a place not to miss in Paros. In the day, visitors stroll around the paved paths, while in the evening people head to the lively bars and clubs that stay open until the early hours.
The oldest quarter of Naoussa is Kastro, meaning the Castle. This is the old town of Naoussa, constructed by the Venetians in the Medieval times and surrounded by walls. The old mansions of Kastro have today turned into guesthouses, taverns and shops. These shops stay open until midnight in summer, creating a lively atmosphere at nights.
Located at a distance of 10 km from Parikia, the capital town of Paros, Naoussa is connected by bus to almost all villages and beaches on the island. Many hotels of Paros are found in the premises or in close distance to Naoussa, providing a convenient place to stay during your holidays. Excursion boats also depart from the small port of Naoussa going to close beaches, like Kolymbithres and Santa Maria.