Wine Museum In the fishing village of Naoussa, there is a wine and vine museum in an old building that was owned by winemaker Moraitis.
Ancient Cemetery The ancient cemetery of Paros is located close to the modern port of Parikia and it is one of the most important ancient cemeteries of Cyclades. Archaeological evidence shows that it was in use from the 8th century BC.
Mycenaean Acropolis On a hill overlooking Kolimbithres, remains of an old Mycenaen town have been found. According to scientists, the Acropolis was built in the 13th century BC.
Church of Agia Triada In the mountainous village of Lefkes, there stands the main church of Agia Triada (Holy Trinity), built in 1830. This church is very beautiful and impressive. It has been constructed with the fine semi-transparent marble of Paros.
Byzantine Art Museum The Byzantine Art Gallery of Marpissa is found close to the central square of the village and hosts mostly religious exhibits.
Agios Ioannis Detis The little church of Agios Ioannis Detis (Saint John) was built in the 17th century. It is located on the rocky coast of Monastiri, in the huge bay of Naoussa. This area offers a superb beach attracting many visitors for its great beauty.
Sanctuary of Asklepios The sanctuaries of Asklepios and Apollo Pythios are located on a hill overlooking Parikia, the capital village of Paros. Today only a few remains can be seen in the area, but still, this is one of the few archaeological sites on the island.
Venetian Castle The small Venetian Castle that is found in the old port of Naoussa was originally constructed in the 15th century and served as a watchtower. Today, only part of this fortress survives and constitutes the most characteristic spot of the town.
Byzantine Museum Housed in the Church of Ekatontapiliani, the Byzantine Museum of Parikia exhibits a collection of rare and valuable icons, various religious relics and other ecclesiastical items dating from the post-Byzantine period.
Archaeological Museum The Archaeological Museum of Paros is located in the capital town, Parikia. It hosts findings from excavations on the island, mostly from the sanctuaries of Apollo and Asklepios. The most famous exhibit is the statue of Gorgo.