Situated at the north part of the island, built on the edge of the bay amongst the regions Kolibithres and Laggeri is the jewel of Paros, the village Naousa.
Its scenic little streets, the Cycladic architecture, the various shops, taverns, bar, galleries and the magnificent beaches have made this little village a famous magnet of tourist attraction.
Naoussa is the second biggest city in Paros, near Logaras, but it has not been largely commercialised. You can enjoy the catch of the day from the local fishermen at one of its numerous taverns with ouzo or home-made wine.
During the summer, you are always bound to see traditional song and dance festivities, in which the history and culture of the island is depicted. The audience is invited to participate in some of the dancing. The beaches around Naoussa, are many, but the most famous ones are the Kolymbithres, the Monastery and the Agioi Anargyroi.