All Attractions in Naousa


The entire islands of Paros & Antiparos are an attraction! You can get lost in the picturesque alleys and admire the houses with their traditional Cycladic architecture. You can visit the most significant early church in the Aegean, the awe-inspiring Panagia Ekatontapiliani (Church of 100 Doors). You could climb down into the depths of the Antiparos cave or you could climb to the Venetian castle at the Paros port and visit the Byzantine Road at Lefkes. Delve into the ancient history of Paros at Asklepion, a sanctuary dedicated to Asclepius the ancient god of medicine, and Delion, a sanctuary dedicated to ancient gods Apollo and Artemis built atop a hill facing the sacred island of Delos. However you get here, whatever your heart desires, one thing is certain: Paros & Antiparos it all! Here are our favourite siteseeing options:



Wine Museum

Naoussa Byzantine Museum

Venetian Castle