Paros belongs to
the Cyclades complex of islands in the centre of the Aegean
Sea.Our Hotel is located in southeastern Paros - in the
beautiful village of Marpissa.
Marpissa is 17 km
from the port of Paros (Parikia) 12 km from Naoussa and 17 km
from the airport of the island and it is easy accessible by car
- taxi - or public bus. The Hotel is only 700 m from the nearest
beaches (Pisso Livadi - Logaras - Pounda Beach - Molos).
Paros can be
reached by boat, speed boat or airplane. Boats and speed boats
leave daily from Piraeus and Rafina port (Athens) and an average
boat journey will last about 5 hours.
The average speed
boat journey time is about 2 and 1/2 hours. The flight from
Athens to Paros lasts 35 min (Olympic Aviation or Hellenic
Transport to Paros
improves every year there are now fast ferryboats and catamarans
which have cut the time for the sea-crossing between the ports
of Piraeus and Parikia significantly.
Paros couldn't be easier - Many agencies hire cars, motorbikes,
scooters or bicycles and explore using the tarmac road which
takes you all around the island. If you prefer, sit back and
enjoy the ride by using the excellent air conditioned bus
service, taxis or privately organised coach trips. As you travel
you will see tantalising glimpses of village life, beautiful
beaches, and on clear days phenomenal views of distant islands
as well as our beautiful neighbouring islands of Naxos to the
east and Antiparos to the west. A major benefit of having a
peripheral coast road circumnavigating the island is easy access
to every part of Paros. This enables travellers to discover
different places outside the towns and find their own favourite
part of the island. It could be a deserted cove, a special
taverna, an interesting festival, a small village resort or
simply a view that takes your breath away. There is always
something new to see and accommodation is never far away. This
natural dispersal of travellers means that paros rarely gives
the impression of being crowded.