Aliki on Paros

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Aliki, or Alyki, is a charming little costal village near Paros Airport, about 13 kilometres south of Parikia. The village is located in a sheltered bay in a landscape that is flat as a pancake.

Aliki is a popular tourist destination for Greeks and for those who think that Parikia and Naoussa is a bit too touristy. Aliki is a tourist resort, but since the tourists mainly are domestic tourists, the Greek everyday life comes first. I think that Aliki is the third best village on Poros, after Naoussa and Piso Livadi.

Along the waterfront are several tavernas with great views overlooking the sea, in the roadstead lies fishing boats reflecting in the water. The tavernas are close to the lovely and child friendly beach, you have time for a dip while waiting for lunch. If you want to stay overnight there are plenty of pensions.

I myself have never stayed overnight in Aliki
, but I could well imagine doing it, because it is really a nice village. Some of my friends who frequently travel to Paros always stay in Aliki. They could not imagine staying anywhere else. Below are tips on some good hotels.

Anixis Studios »
Angeliki Hotel »

Book other hotels in Aliki here »

Aliki. Paros.


One of the taverns in Aliki.

One of the taverns in Aliki.

The sandy beach of Aliki.

The sandy beach of Aliki. The local bus from Parikia runs to Aliki several times daily.

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