You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Cape Kratzi (1)
Perhaps in spring the peninsula of Cape Kratzi is covered with flowers, but the truth is that at the end of summer, with its sun-scorched vegetation, its main interest is to offer beautiful views of the sea and the beaches.
Cape Kratzi (2)
Perhaps in spring the peninsula of Cape Kratzi is covered with flowers, but the truth is that at the end of summer, with its sun-scorched vegetation, its main interest is to offer beautiful views of the sea and the beaches.
Cape Kratzi (3)
Perhaps in spring the peninsula of Cape Kratzi is covered with flowers, but the truth is that at the end of summer, with its sun-scorched vegetation, its main interest is to offer beautiful views of the sea and the beaches.
Fishing port
The small fishing port is nothing special, but its jetty offers beautiful panoramic views of the beach and the bay.
Kalogheros Beach (1)
Unorganized and sheltered from the north wind by multicoloured cliffs, this beautiful sandy beach is one of the jewels of Paros. Don't be surprised to see nudists and strange grey creatures. The clay of the cliffs makes it possible to concoct mud masks with healing properties!
Kalogheros Beach (2)
Unorganized and sheltered from the north wind by multicoloured cliffs, this beautiful sandy beach is one of the jewels of Paros. Don't be surprised to see nudists and strange grey creatures. The clay of the cliffs makes it possible to concoct mud masks with healing properties!
Kalogheros Beach (3)
Unorganized and sheltered from the north wind by multicoloured cliffs, this beautiful sandy beach is one of the jewels of Paros. Don't be surprised to see nudists and strange grey creatures. The clay of the cliffs makes it possible to concoct mud masks with healing properties!
Molos Beach (1)
Here we are at the southern end of the beach, which extends about 1200m north to the Antikefalos peninsula, the hill you see on the other side of the bay.
Molos Beach (2)
Here we are at the southern end of the beach, which extends about 1200m north to the Antikefalos peninsula, the hill you see on the other side of the bay.
Molos Beach View
The small fishing port is nothing special, but its jetty offers beautiful panoramic views of the beach and the bay.
Molos port pier
The small fishing port is nothing special, but its jetty offers beautiful panoramic views of the beach and the bay.
Parking spot
On either side of Cape Kratzi you will find two beautiful beaches that are still unorganised. Park your car here, the rest is easily accessible on foot. Molos is the long beach north of the cape, Kalogheros is the small but spectacular beach south of the cape (take the road to the right of the church).
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