Need To Know

Remember to bring a camera, binoculars, a hat and sunscreen lotion. Also remember to bring along medicines such as anti-histamine and lotion for insect stings and bites.

Cool clothing for summer, as well as your bathing suit and comfortable walking shoes. Warm clothing for winter as the temperature can drop considerably. We recommend you also bring a warm jacket, gloves, beanie and scarf to ensure you keep warm.

The climate of Paros is characterised by dry, hot summers and mild winters.
Like most of the Aegean islands it hardly ever rains during summer but showers can be expected between October and April.

Temperatures in July and August range from 22ºC (72ºF) at night up to around 30ºC (86ºF) during the day.

During the months of July and August, there is a constant wind (called meltemi) which helps mitigate the heat.

It is warm and sunny enough to enjoy the beaches for the entire period from mid-May through to mid-October.


Internet access is widely available throughout the island. Almost all hotels provide internet access, either free or paid. Local coffee shops usually offer free Wi-Fi access, as many other public places do. Feel free to ask for the password, if the network is locked.

220 volts AC, 50Hz. Round two-pin plugs are used.
US visitors require a transformer and British visitors an adaptor. Most establishments provide these, alternatively they can be purchased at the airport or large electrical shops.

Like most countries in Europe, Greece observes Daylight-Saving.
In summer the time goes one hour forward to 3 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+3).

In winter the time reverts back to Eastern European Time (EET) or (GMT+2)


Is it safe to travel to Paros? Has the coronavirus outbreak spread on Paros?
Keep up to date about the latest about the coronavirus pandemic in Greece and how it may affect you on the Greek Government website here:

The situation is dynamically evolving, and you should also check the travel recommendations issued by your own ministry of health.

Current information about cancelled flights due to corona-virus to and from Paros can be found on the Athens International Airport’s website: Alternatively, you can contact Paros airport direct via phone at +30 22840 91257.



Here are some useful contacts for your holidays in Paros:

Port Authority of Paros: +30 22840 21240

Paros airport: +30 22840 90500

Bus Station: +30 22840 21935/21133/52865

Taxi: +30 22840 21500

On-call pharmacies: 14944

Paros Medical Center: +30 22843 60000

Greek Police: +30 22840 23333/21673

Fire Department: +30 22840 24850

Greek rescue team: +30 22840 21028, +30 6948072063