Hit three major hotspots on this tour of some of Greece's most beautiful and iconic sites. You'll start in Athens, with a day to experience the Acropolis and buzzing neighborhoods before hopping a ferry to glamorous Mykonos. Here you'll explore beaches, boardwalks, and nightlife under the eyes of the island's famous windmills. Make a quick visit to Paros and neighboring Antiparos, and end the trip in Santorini with its classic white-topped cliffs and caldera views, complete with island cruising, wine tasting, and stunning sunsets to spare.
- Kolymbithres Beach. Kolymbithres is perhaps the most famous beach on Paros, thanks to its interesting geology. The granite rock formations are millions of years old and have created unique scenery reminiscent of a sci-fi movie set!
Ai Yannis/Monastiri Beach. Ai Yannis, also known as Monastiri, is a laid-back beach west of Naoussa. It sits in a romantic bay encompassed by a stunning natural landscape and green waters. Every year from June until September, a festival takes place at the beachside park. Pop in to enjoy moonlight concerts, outdoor films, and other events, all within a few steps from the beach!
- Chrissi Akti Beach. Known as the “Golden Coast” in Greek, Chrissi Akti is one of the most popular places in the Mediterranean for windsurfers. The Windsurfing World Championship was held here for many years. The golden sand, crystal-clear waters, beach bars, and restaurants attract tourists and offer a memorable experience.
Itineraries with Beach Day on Paros
Visit the world-renowned sea sports paradise of Paros and Naxos islands for 8 days of oceanside hikes, windsurfing, and stand-up paddleboarding. And when you're not taking on all the active adventures the islands have to offer? Explore the unique local architecture, delectable cuisine, cosmopolitan nightlife, and impressive archaeological sites.
Get out into the Greek islands with your school-age children on this 10-day trip. You'll start with an introduction to some of the country's most famous myths and landmarks in Athens before you head out to sea. Your first island stop is Paros, known for its beaches and open blue waters, then head to the whitewashed architecture and cliffside sunsets of Santorini before you return to Athens.