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Ταξιδιωτικός οδηγός του/της Eleni

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Panagia Ekatontapiliani (literally the church with 100 doors) or Panagia Katapoliani is a historic Byzantine church complex in Parikia town, on the island of Paros in Greece. The church complex contains a main chapel surrounded by two more chapels and a baptistery with a cruciform font. The origin of the church's name is obscure, as it does not have one hundred doors, or gates. One theory suggests that it is a corruption of the name "Katapoliani", i.e. "Lower Town church", as it lies by the sea in the lower part of the town of Parikia. The church dates to 326. Its oldest features likely predate the adoption of Christianity as the state religion of the Roman Empire in 391. The church was purportedly founded by the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (ruled 306–337), Saint Helen, during her pilgrimage to the Holy Land when she stopped to worship at a chapel on the island. Later Justinian is credited for initiating construction on the site as well. The site was badly damaged by an earthquake in the 18th century, but gradually restored.[1] The Ekatontapyliani is a renowned Marian pilgrimage church of the Aegean, second only to the famed Megalochare church on nearby Tinos Island.
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Church of Panaya of Ekatontapiliani (Complex Nostra signora dei cento cancelli)
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Panagia Ekatontapiliani (literally the church with 100 doors) or Panagia Katapoliani is a historic Byzantine church complex in Parikia town, on the island of Paros in Greece. The church complex contains a main chapel surrounded by two more chapels and a baptistery with a cruciform font. The origin of the church's name is obscure, as it does not have one hundred doors, or gates. One theory suggests that it is a corruption of the name "Katapoliani", i.e. "Lower Town church", as it lies by the sea in the lower part of the town of Parikia. The church dates to 326. Its oldest features likely predate the adoption of Christianity as the state religion of the Roman Empire in 391. The church was purportedly founded by the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (ruled 306–337), Saint Helen, during her pilgrimage to the Holy Land when she stopped to worship at a chapel on the island. Later Justinian is credited for initiating construction on the site as well. The site was badly damaged by an earthquake in the 18th century, but gradually restored.[1] The Ekatontapyliani is a renowned Marian pilgrimage church of the Aegean, second only to the famed Megalochare church on nearby Tinos Island.
Paroikia - Old Market: It's the capital of the island, its administrative seat and financial center as well as its main port.
Old Town Paros
Paroikia - Old Market: It's the capital of the island, its administrative seat and financial center as well as its main port.
The Lefkes Paros (officially Leykai) is inland mountain village on the island of Paros at an altitude of 200 meters [1] . It is 10 km from Parikia [2] . It is the most mountainous village of Paros and has numerous churches as well as some of the last windmills saved on the island. The last mill of Paros (Barbas Artemis) operating its mill in Lefkes died in 1996. The village was named after many poplars., that is, the trees that used to exist on the site. The main street of the village, which leads to the center of the Lefkas, is whitewashed and paved, and it is called Ramnos, because in the past a rhubarb tree dominated it directly. Residents removed it over time to gain better access to the center of the village.
Lefkes, Paros
The Lefkes Paros (officially Leykai) is inland mountain village on the island of Paros at an altitude of 200 meters [1] . It is 10 km from Parikia [2] . It is the most mountainous village of Paros and has numerous churches as well as some of the last windmills saved on the island. The last mill of Paros (Barbas Artemis) operating its mill in Lefkes died in 1996. The village was named after many poplars., that is, the trees that used to exist on the site. The main street of the village, which leads to the center of the Lefkas, is whitewashed and paved, and it is called Ramnos, because in the past a rhubarb tree dominated it directly. Residents removed it over time to gain better access to the center of the village.
The Korakas Lighthouse was builted in 1887 by the French Lighthouse Company. Cape Korakas is located in the area of the monastery of Agios Ioannis Dettis in a landscape of wild beauty.
Korakas Lighthouse
The Korakas Lighthouse was builted in 1887 by the French Lighthouse Company. Cape Korakas is located in the area of the monastery of Agios Ioannis Dettis in a landscape of wild beauty.
https://www.parospark.com/el/ The Environmental & Cultural Park of Paros is a theme park that spans a 800 acre peninsula, with great geological and historical importance. A pioneer of its kind in the Cyclades, Paros Park is based on volunteerism, and welcomes visitors year-round for a variety of environmental and cultural activities or just for a walk in this natural place
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Paros Park
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https://www.parospark.com/el/ The Environmental & Cultural Park of Paros is a theme park that spans a 800 acre peninsula, with great geological and historical importance. A pioneer of its kind in the Cyclades, Paros Park is based on volunteerism, and welcomes visitors year-round for a variety of environmental and cultural activities or just for a walk in this natural place
Beaches
Very close to the island's capital and port, with easy access either by car or by boat (water taxi). The best beach nearby and protected by the north wind
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Marcello Beach
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Very close to the island's capital and port, with easy access either by car or by boat (water taxi). The best beach nearby and protected by the north wind
WINDSURFING - Kite https://www.paroskite-procenter.com/
Punda Beach
WINDSURFING - Kite https://www.paroskite-procenter.com/
It is the most popular beach of Paros. It is a calm and beautiful at the western part of the bay of Naoussa. The granite rocks, have various abstract forms, sculptured by the sun, the air and the sea.
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Kolimbithres
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It is the most popular beach of Paros. It is a calm and beautiful at the western part of the bay of Naoussa. The granite rocks, have various abstract forms, sculptured by the sun, the air and the sea.
Lageri (1,5 km. from Naoussa). White sand dunes with calm water. it is protected by the north winds.
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Lageri Beach
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Lageri (1,5 km. from Naoussa). White sand dunes with calm water. it is protected by the north winds.
The beach of Faranga is located on the south side of Paros protected from the summer winds of ''meltemia'' . https://www.faragas-beach.gr/?lang=el
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Faragas Beach Bar
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The beach of Faranga is located on the south side of Paros protected from the summer winds of ''meltemia'' . https://www.faragas-beach.gr/?lang=el
Golden Beach is the largest beach in Paros and one of the most beautiful on the island. The feature is the large area of golden sands and blue waters. The beach is ideal for water sports due to strong winds.
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Golden Beach Paros
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Golden Beach is the largest beach in Paros and one of the most beautiful on the island. The feature is the large area of golden sands and blue waters. The beach is ideal for water sports due to strong winds.
Kalogeros beach extends to the right of Molos, with its wild natural beauty and its wonderful colours given by clay, well-known for its healing properties.It is a unique natural spa. A rock rises at the end of the beach, where according to the tradition a monk (kalogeros in Greek) committed suicide, giving the beach its name. Accessible through the Marmara village, by taking the road to the right after Molos, using your own means of transport.
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Kalogeros Beach
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Kalogeros beach extends to the right of Molos, with its wild natural beauty and its wonderful colours given by clay, well-known for its healing properties.It is a unique natural spa. A rock rises at the end of the beach, where according to the tradition a monk (kalogeros in Greek) committed suicide, giving the beach its name. Accessible through the Marmara village, by taking the road to the right after Molos, using your own means of transport.
On the northwestern edge of Naoussa bay, on the peninsula of Ai-Yannis Dettis, you will find a beach known as the Monastery. It owes its name to the monastery of Ai-Yannis Dettis, which dominates on the right, the whitewashed hill . The water is crystal clear and cool, while the beach is ideal for families, as its waters are shallow, ideal for playgrounds.
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Monastiri
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On the northwestern edge of Naoussa bay, on the peninsula of Ai-Yannis Dettis, you will find a beach known as the Monastery. It owes its name to the monastery of Ai-Yannis Dettis, which dominates on the right, the whitewashed hill . The water is crystal clear and cool, while the beach is ideal for families, as its waters are shallow, ideal for playgrounds.
Golden sands and clear blue waters
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Golden sands and clear blue waters