Monday, 18th July 2016

This was my first time in Paros and it was truly paradise. I went to Naoussa which has many great restaurants and boutiques. It’s the perfect place if you want to relax but still have the option to experience some of the great night life it has to offer .

The days in Paros are just as good as the evenings with its crystal clear waters , beautiful beaches and surrounding islands it is truly breathtaking .  Greece is a feast for the senses , just when you think you can’t believe how beautiful one bay is the next is even better .

The town Naoussa  itself is divine in typical blue and white colors with lots of small churches all over the island like the one in my picture below . One of the special things about Paros and Greece in general is that it’s still very unspoiled or built up .

The food is delicious too a few of my favorite things to order are Greek salad ( obviously)  , Saganaki an insanely delicious deep fried cheese , fried zucchini with tzatziki and for desert Loukoumades ( Greek style donuts… basically heaven in your mouth ).

Get breakfast at the best bakery i have ever seen Ragoussis every type of pastry and lots of yummy Greek breads to try . Sunset drinks at Fotis art cafe over looking the water .  It has a great vibe and killer view and cocktails .Dinner in the heart of the port at Barbarossa is wonderful for both the food and atmosphere .


What to pack in Greece is super simple . You won’t need heels pretty much everyone wears flats all the time with the exception of a few girls in wedges .It’s super laid back my favorite summer shoes are by Greek designer Iris which is where I got my multi colored pom pom shoes . I also love these easy lightweight day dresses by Pitusa  I’m wearing it in the above picture . They come in lots of great colors , don’t crease and are sold in lots of stores on the island .I am also obsessed with Elle est Greece  this new Greek line of amazing summer dresses .

For Paros pack a few bikinis , shorts and a shawl for the evening in case there’s a little wind and you’re good to go .



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