Paros is the third largest island in the Cyclades with an area of approximately 196,000 square kilometers. The capital of the island is Paroikia, although the most cosmopolitan place that has the most tourist interest is Naoussa with its lively nightlife and its relaxing bars and restaurants.
Access to the island is easy through Piraeus (approximately four hours journey) with the main port of disembarkation being that of Parikia, which also connects Paros with the ports of Lavrio, Cyclades and Crete and the secondary but equally important is the harbors of Naoussa and Piso Livadi that connect Paros with other Cycladic islands, mainly during the summer months, through tourist passenger boats, as well as the port of Pounta, connecting the island with Antiparos by ferry boat throughout the duration of the year.
Access to the island also can be gained by air, since the island of Paros has its own airport, the Paros National Airport that connects the island with several cities of Greece such as Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion of Crete, Santorini and Mykonos, while the time period From May until October, flights from abroad are also available.
Regarding the domestic trips to Paros, you will definitely need some kind of transportation. As visitors to the third largest island of the Cyclades you will definitely not expect to see all the beauties of this place walking on foot. The KTEL of Paros offers daily routes to most of the villages and beaches of the island as well as several taxis willing to serve you.
The best way to navigate with comfort, safety and time and distance anxiety is to rent a car in Paros where the road network is excellent and allows you to safely and quickly visit even the most remote point of the island.
AutoPegasus, one of the leading car rental companies, also offers you a wide range of rental cars in Paros at the best prices to enjoy your vacation without any second thoughts.
Contact us today, choose the rental car that suits your needs and enjoy your holidays with comfortable, safe and fast journeys!