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ABOUT ΠΆΡΟΣ

Paros is an island in the center of the Cyclades--an archipelago in the Aegean Sea. Right after their engagement, Morgan and Malcolm visited Paros with friends and fell in love with the island. The beaches, good food, better ice cream and cute town of Naoussa were an instant favorite.


Below you will find some helpful information on getting to Paros and the town of Naoussa.

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GETING TO PAROS

There are daily direct flights to Athens from the US. From Athens, there are two ways to get to the island of Paros. The easiest and quickest is flying. There are multiple daily flights to and from Athens. Please note that some popular travel websites will also give you results for nearby airports so double check you are flying to Paros (not Mykonos, Milos, or Naxos). We HIGHLY recommend buying flights as soon as possible.

Link to Aegean Air website

Link to Olympic Air website


Alternatively, the less expensive option and a good option for those planning to stay in Athens a day or visit a number of islands in the Cyclades there are ferries from the two ports in Athens (Pireus & Rafina).

Link to Hellenic Seaways website

Link to BlueStar Ferries

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GETTING AROUND ON PAROS

A rental car is one of the easiest ways to get around the island. You can use any of the major booking services to find a rental car. For those of you who do not want to rent a car or would like to enjoy a cocktail with dinner, there are also plenty of taxis. Below are a list of taxi companies and their phone numbers. Please note that you will need cash for taxis and that there is no Uber/Lyft on the island.

TAXI Station Parikia
+30 22840 21500

Taxi Paros

+30 6944221645 George

+30 6978717864 Pantelis

Paros Taxi Karousos
+30 6944138995

Naoussa Paros Taxi

+30 6970276866

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ABOUT ΝΆΟΥΣΑ

Naoussa is a picturesque cycladic fishing village on the island of Paros. Our wedding activities will be in and around the town.


Getting there is a 15 minute drive from the ferry dock in the town of Parikia or 25 minutes from the airport. We recommend renting a car if you plan to stay for longer than the wedding.

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