Paros

Paros is the third largest island in the Cyclades and is located west of Naxos, from which it is separated by a narrow channel of about 3 miles, while from Piraeus is 90 nautical miles. It has an area of ​​194,46 sq. Km. And the length of its coasts reaches 118.5 km. The island's permanent population, according to the latest census, is 14,000 inhabitants, with annual visitors exceeding 200,000.

The geographical location of Paros in the central Aegean Sea, the crossroads of the sea routes linking mainland Greece to the islands of the Archipelagos, the Asia Minor coasts and more widely the Mediterranean, has been the long-term basis for the island's development. The coasts of

Paros is the third largest island in the Cyclades and is located west of Naxos, from which it is separated by a narrow channel of about 3 miles, while from Piraeus is 90 nautical miles. It has an area of ​​194,46 sq. Km. And the length of its coasts reaches 118.5 km. The island's permanent population, according to the latest census, is 14,000 inhabitants, with annual visitors exceeding 200,000.

The geographical location of Paros in the central Aegean Sea, the crossroads of the sea routes linking mainland Greece to the islands of the Archipelagos, the Asia Minor coasts and more widely the Mediterranean, has been the long-term basis for the island's development. The coasts of

Paros elsewhere form beautiful beaches (mainly on the east side) and of course small harbors and elsewhere are steep and rocky. On the north side is the large bay of Naoussa, one of the most picturesque harbors in the Aegean.

The island's climate is typical Cycladic: temperate, dry, with mild winters and few rains. The average annual temperature is about 18 degrees Celsius, and from May to September the temperature is rising significantly. During August, for 20-30 days, the heat of the summer tempers the meltemia, northern winds that blow at 5-7 beaufort during the day and in the evening settle down.

The island's flora is rich: the sea lily, amaranth, various other thorns and krimatos are found in the seaside area. In the lowlands, there are snakes, marshes, cedars, heathers, etc.,

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