Home of fine white marble

Our arrival to the Greek island of Paros was scheduled for 9:00am and we had a tour booked to start at 9:15am called "Paros Villages". We made it to Windows Café for breakfast around 8:00am and had time to take in the views from the open deck as Azamara Journey anchored off shore before we needed to head back to our room to prepare for the day's tour of the island historically known for fine white marble.

Church of 100 Doors, Naoussa and a wander around Parikia

Even though it was still fairly early in the day it was already hot and humid in Paros. Unlike Mykonos, there was no breeze to mask the day's heat. We left the port in the island's capital of Parikia on foot to walk to the first destination of Panagia Ekatontapyliani - known also as the Church of 100 Doors.

Paros Image Gallery

Anchored off the coast of Paros
Azamara Journey in Paros
Panagia Ekatontapyliani - known also as the Church of 100 Doors
Inside Panagia Ekatontapyliani
Azamara Journey viewed from Parikia
Fishing boats in Naoussa
Church of Agios Nikolas in Naoussa
Naoussa, Paros
The main church in Naoussa - Church of the Assumption of the Virgin
Fishing boats in the Naoussa harbour
Some of the day's catch
The Naoussa harbour view from our lunch spot
Remains of a Venetian castle in the Naoussa harbour
Aithra - a nice shop in Parikia, Paros
Shopping in Parikia, Paros
A sign suitable for our time in Paros
Parikia viewed from Azamara Journey
Sunset in Paros
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