The picturesque town of Naosa is built around a small beautiful harbor where the ruins of a small colorful fishing boat called Kayak Marsh

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The picturesque town of Naosa is built around a small beautiful harbor where the ruins of a small colorful fishing boat called Kayak Marsh and the Venetian Castle still remain, creating a unique and magical atmosphere.

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Naosa Village is one of the most beautiful villages in the Cyclades. Despite the development of tourism, this beautiful village with its small white flower shops and white chapels retains its originality, character and tradition. .. a small church lined up along a narrow, winding road

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Naosa in Paros is also known for its beautiful golden beaches that fill nature only, including Corinpethris Beach, Agios Ionis, Agio Iangaloy and Monastiri. From the wildest and most secluded beaches to the most organized ones, these beaches cater to everyone and cater to every taste and need. Everywhere you have access to the harbor, hiking trails, paved roads or small fishing boats.

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Bistro & Oasis runs all the way to the port and offers a friendly and traditional atmosphere. The main square has most of the things you need for buses and pickups, and there is an information kiosk at the corner of the square. Naosa is quieter than Pariqia, but there are plenty of lively bars and nightclubs that are open until dawn.

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Naosa has many beautiful churches, including the nave, the tallest fictional church in the country, and the Church of Agios Nicholas (St. Nicholas) with an interesting Byzantine museum. .. a beautiful and precious symbol of the 13th century. On August 23, 9 days after Ascension, a great feast is held every day at Naosa. Meanwhile, rural youths eat and drink from pirate raids and firecrackers until early morning. There are many ancient ruins and monuments worth visiting here.

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Photos of my authorship.

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