Paros Island

Helicopter Transfers, Sightseeing & Inspiration 

Embark on a private helicopter journey to Paros Island and immerse yourself in a magnificent festival of senses. Whether you're planning an extended stay or seeking a swift day trip transfer from Mykonos, Santorini, Athens, or any other location in Greece, Paros awaits to enchant you with its unique blend of natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and vibrant atmosphere. Experience the ease and luxury of direct travel as you soar over the Aegean, arriving in style and comfort to explore all that Paros has to offer.

Mykonos to Paros // Paros to Mykonos - ca. 15 minutes

Santorini to Paros // Paros to Santorini - ca. 20 minutes

Athens to Paros // Paros to Athens – ca. 40 minutes

Paros Helicopter Transfer

A festival of senses

On the enchanting island of Paros, simplicity and beauty are woven into the very fabric of the landscape, creating a scene so striking it could be the creation of a renowned modern artist. The hills and villages are sketched with slopes and inclines that speak to a poetic design.

Each beach on Paros sings with its own melody, a symphony composed not only by the waves but also by a vibrant animal kingdom. Cicadas, frogs, crickets, owls, hawks, swallows, finches, gulls, and other seabirds all contribute to this rich tapestry of sound, celebrating nature's diversity.

Amidst this auditory feast, a festival of fragrances unfolds, courtesy of the island's flora. Bushes, sage, oregano, rosemary, laurel, thyme, chamomile, reeds, and sea lilies all release their scents into the air, mingling with the potent aroma of sea iodine from the seaweed-strewn beaches.

Immerse yourself in the island's culinary delights with a glass of ouzo or souma, a local spirit, complemented by exquisite seafood served beside the azure sea. Paros offers a culinary journey that oscillates between gentle and bold flavors, ready to awaken and delight your taste buds at any moment.

Monuments of Paros Helicopter Sightseeing

Monuments of Paros

The archaeological treasures of Paros captivate both the casual observer and the dedicated historian, offering a unique lens through which to view the island's rich tapestry of history. Visitors are encouraged to explore these monuments, embarking on a journey that spans thousands of years.

In the Parikia region, notable sites include:

  • The Temple of Ekatontapiliani: Located in the heart of Parikia, this historic church, also known as the Church of 100 Doors, dates back to the 4th century and is one of the most important Byzantine monuments in Greece.
  • The Venetian Kastro: An ancient fortress offering insights into the medieval era, built partially with stones from ancient temples.
  • Delos: While not on Paros itself, trips to the sacred island of Delos, a major archaeological site north of Parikia, are frequently organized, showcasing one of the most significant sites of Greek mythology and history.
  • The ancient cemetery: Situated near the port, it served as a burial ground from the 8th century BC to the 2nd century AD.
  • The temples at Kounados: These ruins along the Parikia-Naoussa road hint at ancient religious practices.
  • The temples of Asclepion and Pythion Apollo: South of Parikia, these sites pay homage to the gods of healing and prophecy.
  • The memorial to the poet Archilochus at Elitas: Celebrating one of Paros's most famous sons, a poet known for his versatility and innovation.
  • The ancient quarries in Marathi: Located 5 km from Parikia, these quarries were the source of Parian marble, a highly prized material in ancient times.


These sites, among others, invite visitors to delve into Paros's storied past, uncovering the layers of history that have shaped this enchanting island.

Paros Things To Do Helicopter Flight

Adventure awaits

Water Skiing: Embracing water skiing is a breeze for novices, especially with some initial instruction. Paros boasts a renowned water skiing school located in Kolimbithres, celebrated for its extensive expertise in guiding both beginners and seasoned enthusiasts. This venue is also wonderfully child-friendly, offering a safe and engaging environment for young learners.

Kite Surfing: The strait separating Paros from Antiparos, particularly around Pounta Beach, is a haven for kite surfers. This spot is renowned for its ideal conditions, making it a magnetic draw for enthusiasts of the sport from around the globe.

Sailing: Venturing through the Greek islands by sail transforms a simple holiday into an extraordinary adventure. Synonymous with unfettered freedom, sailing allows for the exploration of secluded coves and the mesmerizing azure depths of the Aegean Sea. It offers an unparalleled opportunity to discover the hidden gems that lie beyond the reach of the usual tourist paths.

Local Products of Paros

Local products

 The culinary delights of Paros are bound to captivate your senses, compelling you to bring a piece of the island back home with you. Among the treasures you'll discover are Paros's traditional cheeses, including xinomizithra with its tangy taste, touloumissio known for its rich flavor, ladotiri, a cheese preserved in oil, and the soft, creamy anthotiro. These can be found in local shops specializing in Parian products as well as supermarkets across the island.

The wines of Paros, both white and red, serve as the island's proud ambassadors on the global stage, thanks to the efforts of the Union of Agricultural Cooperatives and the island's two modern private wineries. Wine aficionados will have the opportunity to savor the Monemvasia white wine variety and the Mandilaria red wine variety, along with other distinct flavors such as Vaftra and the rare black Aidani. These wines not only embody the rich viticultural heritage of Paros but also offer a unique taste of the Aegean's enchanting terroir.

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