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Old Port of Naoussa

Naoussa, Greece
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Nice port town

Not a big port but charming. Some nice cafes and lovely small shops. Come early, before eleven and... read more

Reviewed yesterday
DamTom
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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Bit over priced but great bars, views and restaurants,

Worth a night sitting during and watching the super yachts. There are many bars and restaurants to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
MatthewJohnCane
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London, United Kingdom
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  • Average4%
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“fishing boats” (27 reviews)
“seafood” (16 reviews)
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Naoussa, Greece
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Not a big port but charming. Some nice cafes and lovely small shops. Come early, before eleven and the Place will not be so crowded. Then you Can have a stroll around town and sit down and have coffee while all the tourists comes tumbling...More

Thank DamTom
Reviewed yesterday

Worth a night sitting during and watching the super yachts. There are many bars and restaurants to visits.

Thank MatthewJohnCane
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A bit crouded in the peak season, but definitely worth a visit. Prefer to stay in Parikia and visit for a day or night, though.

Thank Ingvar H
Reviewed 2 days ago

You can't go to Naoussa and not visit the old port. Recommended at sunset time but also at any time is so beautiful and picturesque.

Thank eli256
Reviewed 2 days ago

I still have it in mind, turning left and suddenly you are in the best Greek Cliché ever, it's crazy beautiful.

Thank CharlesChuckHC
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is very picturesque and a quaint town. The port is packed tightly with traditional fishing boats, passenger boats, shops and plethora of restaurants and cafes around. Take a stroll through the narrow lanes or just wander in the port or relax in any cafe...More

Thank Ganesh S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Excellent food and beautiful spot especially around sunset, though very touristy and gets busy. Good spot for dinner.

Thank Ross C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It's a fishing port with some average beaches nearby. Nice old town feel with narrow streets and individual boutique shops and restaurants. Worth a visit

Thank Graham S
Reviewed 5 days ago

An area with great charm on the waterfront of a working fishing village. Very pretty with lots of choice of restaurants and fishermen mending their nets nearby. You won't see anything like it elsewhere on Paros.

Thank ianheraud
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Bars, restaurants full of smiling people sit there at night. It is a beautiful sight to see and here the waves among the talkings and laughing voices..kendles on the tables, greek live music.. holiday feeling everywhere..

Thank Ne1966
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Caz5955
16 January 2017|
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Response from LotteK89 | Reviewed this property |
I only visited 2 beaches. Marchello beach and a small secluded beach when I was on my way to the nature park. I went to Marcello beach because it was close to my appartment. The secluded beach was beautiful but not safe... More
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