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Here’s our own mini travel guide for Paros: Made so that we can share our love for the island and make you fall in love with it too!


In this guide we will walk through different sets of information for making your stay more enjoyable while on Paros. The guide contains several topics so feel free to click on the sections of interest and read more about them.

We will cover the following sections:

Transportation - How to get to places within Paros?

There are 3 main ways for travelling around the island:

  • Car / motorcycle

  • Bus

  • Taxi

By renting a car / motorbike you will have the greatest flexibility and be able to explore most of the island quicker. With this option you have the possibility to discover every little small road that might be of interest at your own pace. However, expect busy roads in July and August with more traffic especially around Parikia and Naousa and a harder time finding a parking spot.  ATVs and motorbikes are lower-cost options but they are generally considered unsafe and less comfortable (Paros’ roads have plenty of turns and uphills/downhills and riding on these all day in the sun is not very pleasant). We don't recommend renting ATVs.

You can find many rental companies online, however, a few that have very good ratings and reviews among guests are AMR ParosStefanos rentalsParos European RentParos Go and DKS scooters.

The local buses provide the cheapest option and generally an environmental friendly and reliable transport solution. However, depending on the time of the season, the frequency of the schedules varies. From mid July to mid September they are regular enough and you can access nearly all villages using them. However outside these months they get scarcer. The less busy the time of the season, the less frequent the timetables. This also means that rentals are cheaper at the low times of the season and that’s a great time to get a good deal. You can find the bus timetable online in this link. We would recommend using the buses as the primary mode of transport from mid June to mid September when the roads are busier, parking very scarce and the bus timetables more frequent.

Finally, taxis are quite expensive but the fastest way to get around and to the airport. You can pick one up from the taxi piazza in the port. Here there are two taxi numbers in case you like to book in advance:
- George Tzanakopoulos + 30 6944668331
- Nikos Karouzos +30 6944138995

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