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Getting the summer feeling at Naousa-Paros

Not a bad view, however this was the windy side of the island.

Ignoring electronic timetables and going instead for the traditional handwritten one 🙂

This windmill is in Paroikia, not Naousa, at the port, if I recall correclty.

When we visited Paros, we once again stayed in Paroikia , however most of our time we spend it in Naousa. Naousa is full of cafes, bars and beautiful small alleys where you can hide, have a coffee and cool down. Above you can see pictures of both while we were wandering on a hot day, and I will slowly post more pictures of both places!

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That sunset…

I cannot hide that I love silhouette photos, even the landscape ones.

Busy sea…so many tourists, so many ships..

Right after sunset this windmill turns into a lively cocktail bar!

Ain’t timing great?

Santorini may be the top greek island to watch the famous sunset but personally I experienced majestic sunsets in Naxos and Paros. In Paros specifically, we revisited the local old windmill that is placed on a hill and has view of the whole town and is also converted into a lively cocktail bar. No need to say more, watching the sunset was pure magic as the sun went down slowly, turned all shades of yellow-orange-red and dived into the sea, right when a ship was in front of it. Finishing touch was the cocktails on the bar with the view of the town’s lights. What a wonderful way to end a holiday day!

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