2 kilometers far away from Logaras is Marpissa, a picturesque village, built amphitheatrically on a small hill. The architecture of this village typical Cycladic with white houses, traditional narrow streets and many byzantine churches. Most of the houses are dated from the 16th and 17th century.
In the traditional taverns of Marpissa you can enjoy the atmosphere of the village and dishes of the local kitchen.
Piso Livadi is a fishing village with a small harbor. Here you will find a sandy little beach with trees and shops, cafes, restaurants, taverns.
From the small port in Pisso Livadi, there is connection with Naxos, Mykonos and Santorini and the other islands of the Cyclades
It is a beautiful village, built amphitheatrically on hillsides, The architectural style of the village is typically Cycladic, but the visitor will also see a few mansions with neoclassic features. Many flowers, trees and plants decorate the houses and the small streets in the village..
Naoussa is the second biggest city in Paros. It is located north eastern corner of the island.
Use to be a fishing village and still has manage to keep its character despite the development of tourism. White little houses decorated with flowers, small churches, surrounded by narrow streets. The picturesque little port with fishing boats and taverns along.
A cosmopolitan atmosphere, with intensive nightlife, bars and night-clubs, traditional song and dance events make Naoussa a nice going out place.
There are also few beaches around Naoussa. The most famous one is Kolymbithres.