Getting there (from the UK) : Have you got a wonderful sense of adventure?....Paros does not have an international airport (It does have a new modern domestic airport). After the madness of Heathrow and Gatwick, we love this as it keeps the island a little bit more remote than the other nearby islands.

So, this means you need to fly to Athens or a island nearby and make a small hop over to Paros...it is actually very easy to do:

There are 2 flights a day from LGW to Athens, Mykonos or Santorini with Easyjet www.easyjet.com (We find flying into Mykonos the easiest way in getting to Paros). From here you can easily catch ferries to Paros. A ferry from Mykonos to Paros takes 45 mins, from Santorini 90 mins and from Athens 2- 4 hrs.

You can also fly from LHR to ATH or Mykonos or Santorini using BA or Aegean Airlines.

If you fly in to ATH, you can connect to Paros (PAS) using Olympic. There are 3 -4 flights from ATH-PAS a day and these take about 20 mins.These are on little propeller aircraft and can be a bit bumpy…but good fun!. www.olympicair.com

In addition to Olympic Airlines a new company called Sky Express have started flying from Athens to Paros and vice versa: www.skyexpress.gr

For all of our Scottish friends, you can now fly from Edinburgh to Athens directly on easyJet. From Athens you can easily connect to Paros via a short flight or a ferry as per above.

I use this web site for all ferry info: www.greeka.com Please just log on to the home page and you will see a tab on the RHS for all ferry info.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information, always happy to help

Cheers

Ali and Pop