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Old Port of Naoussa

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Old Port of Naoussa

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Private Day Trip to Cape Sounio & Temple of Poseidon
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Private Day Trip to Cape Sounio & Temple of Poseidon

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Venture out of the bustling city of Athens and explore Cape Sounio, home to the stunning Temple of Poseidon. This 6-hour private tour is perfect for those interested in Greek history and mythology and see beautiful views of the Aegean Sea. Take a dip in the crystal clear waters, enjoy a delicious Greek breakfast, and catch a beautiful sunset before heading back to Athens.
$92.47 per adult
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duhoz wrote a review Oct 14
Beroun, Czech Republic4,471 contributions334 helpful votes
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Cozy and laid-back place must to be visited, especially early morning while I was waiting for the first boat to beach and Paros park and then late after the lunch the port area was sleepy. Picturesque taverns, trendy cafe and bars. From restaurants you can see the world go by, local people, mostly fishermen doing their daily chore. The parts of the port is a small Venetian Castle or ruins. If you are in Paros, this is the one of place to go.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Claire wrote a review Oct 11
Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom6 contributions
Worth a visit day or evening. Lots of lovely restaurants; typically Greek tavernas rub shoulders with more sophisticated options. Ditto the bars (we enjoyed several local wines and some excellent apple Martinis!). A good choice of shops, mainly clothing and jewellery, but some home stores too. During the day, small boats set sail for local beaches. A central square is a focal point for meeting and people-watching. We've visited eight different Greek islands to date and Paros is the only island we've returned to, it captured us
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Date of experience: September 2020
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187147George wrote a review Sep 2020
Paris, France283 contributions72 helpful votes
Beautiful port - very picturesque and lively. Great restaurant choices and beautiful church overlooking. Quaint mixed with modern. Unforgettable visit
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Caroline H wrote a review Sep 2020
UK7 contributions9 helpful votes
This is a gorgeous town. However, we were put off that no-one were wearing masks. The cobbled streets are narrow and we felt that during this time it was not that safe to visit. At the restaurant we ate at we were seated by the reservation desk. Guests had to come into the restaurant and walk past the diners to enquire if there was a table available. The restaurant was full and we found it of putting that so many people were standing by our table.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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JamesMyerson wrote a review Sep 2020
Pease Pottage, United Kingdom448 contributions84 helpful votes
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Naoussa is a lovely place to visit with a very atmospheric port area, with fishermen mending their nets and waterfront restaurants. Worth a walk round - it won’t take long, and a visit to the small ruined Venetian castle along the sea wall (dodging the sea spray!) is fun. Nice sunset over the hills.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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