Paros Island is located in the heart of the Aegean Sea. Therefore, getting there is very easy, especially during the summer period, as there is daily frequent flight connection from Athens, and daily frequent ferry connection from Athens and other islands too.
Below you will find full information on how to get to Paros Island, Aliki Village and Villa Anna Maria.
 

How to get to Paros Island:

By sea:

There is daily ferry connection from Piraeus Port (Athens) to Paros Island, all year round.
During the summer months, from early May until late September, there are 3 up to 5 ferries daily, travelling on this route. At the same period, there are additional ferries travelling from Rafina Port (Athens) to Paros Island as well.
Furthermore, during the summer period there is almost daily connection from other islands to Paros and from Paros to other islands, such as:
Amorgos, Astypalea, Ikaria, Anafi, Crete, Chios, Folegandros, Ios, Kalymnos, Koufonissi, Kea, Kimolos, Lesvos, Limnos, Milos, Mykonos, Patmos, Rodos (Rhodes), Samos, Syros, Sifnos, Tinos, Santorini and more.
There are different types of ferries travelling to the Greek Islands, therefore the time you will need to get to Paros Island depends on the ferry company you will choose, the type of vessel and their routes.
 
You could check the timetables and book your tickets at the following link: www.openseas.gr

By air:

Paros Island, has a daily summer flight connection with Athens. Olympic Air, part of Aegean Airlines, offers to Paros’ visitors four different flights daily, starting on late March until late October.
Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” is connected with the major European cities, such as:
Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Belgrade, Bologna, Bratislava, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Helsinki, Kiev, London, Madrid, Malta, Manchester, Marseille, Moscow, Oslo, Paphos, Paris, Prague, Sofia, Stockholm, Vienna, Zurich etc.
Furthermore, there are flight connections with other international airports over the European borders, such as:
Abu Dhabi, Alexandria, Amman, Bahrain Island, Beirut, Cairo, Doha, Dubai, Izmir, Tehran and more.
Therefore, you can easily come to Paros Island, no matter where are you flying from. The only thing you have to do, is to catch a flight to Athens and you will soon be in our beautiful island.  
 
You could check the timetables and book your tickets at the following links: www.olympicair.com and www.airtickets.gr
 
More information about Athens International Airport are available here: www.aia.gr
 

How to get to Aliki Village:

Aliki Village is only 12 km. away from Parikia, the capital of Paros Island, where the port is. So if you arriving to Paros Island by ferry, you can reach Aliki Village as follows:
  • You can get the local bus from Parikia, to Aliki Village. The bus stop is located right next to the port. You will need approximately 30 minutes to reach Aliki Village. You should stop at the bus stop “Agios Nikolaos / Saint Nicholas” which is only 40m away from Villa Anna Maria.
  • You can catch a taxi and ask the driver to get you to Villa Anna Maria, at Agios Nikolaos, Aliki Village,
  • You can rent a car.
The nearest bus stop, Agios Nikolaos (Saint Nicholas) is only 40 m. away from Villa Anna Maria and there is daily frequent daily connection to Parikia. You will find the full timetables at our front desk, as soon as you arrive.

If you are flying to Paros, the distance is shorter than the port. However, the same options, local bus, taxi or a car rental are available and suitable for your transportation to Villa Anna Maria.

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