PAROS, TOUR TO MUSEUM OF SKIADAS- ANTIPAROS- EKATONTAPILIANI CHURCH

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Discover the highlights of Paros island as well as the enchanting neighboring island of Antiparos

We leave Parikia and go the southwestern part of Paros, on the road to Atiki where we will visit the folklore Museum of Mr. Benetos Skiadas and then reach the beautiful seaside village of Atiki. Leaving Atiki, we follow our way to Antiparos, the neighboring island known for its famous Cave and its exquisite beaches.

Connected with Paros with small Ferry Boat ( 10 minutes journey), we will visit its only village “ Kastro” built around the Venetian Castle from which the settlement has taken his name (built in 1440 to protect the locals from the pirate raids).

We finish our tour with the famous Byzantine Church of Ekatondapiliani, the “Lady of Hundred Doors”, one of the greatest early Christian monuments in Greece. Leaving the Church we wander through the narrow streets of Parikia and visit the Venetian Castle.

Inclusions

-         transportation by deluxe, air-conditioned vehicle, late-model

(bus, minibus or taxi, based on your group’s size)

-         professional driver

-         insurance cover during transfers by vehicle

-         licensed English-speaking guide * (concerns “transfer+guide” option only)

-         all taxes

-         identification sign with your name on it

-         mobile contact number for any emergency, available 24/7

 

* guides in other languages available, upon request

 

Exclusions

-         entrance fees

Step 1

Your tour starts from the port of Paros

Step 2

Visit of the folklore Museum of Mr. Benetos Skiadas

Step 3

Visit of the seaside village of Atiki

Step 4

Visit of Antiparos

Step 5

Visit of the Byzantine Church of Ekatondapiliani and the Venetian castle

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