Near to Pili Pala
Pili pala Suites is located on the south coast of Paros nearby to Paroikia. Parikia, the capital of Paros with the passenger and the commercial port and the Mill, which is the trademark of the village, is located at the island’s bay. There are beautiful settlements in Parikia, however Parikia itself will also fascinate you if you take a walk around its alleys.
Krios: The beach of Krios (2 km. from the center of Parikia) is located at the northern side of the bay of Parikia and at the edge of Paros, there is the beach of Agios Fokas, which is beautiful and where you will find the homonymous church and many salt cedars.
Livadia: It is a busy and popular beach at the northern side of Parikia, at the location Livadia. It is an organized beach with sun beds and parasols and along it there are many taverns, bars
Aliki: The beach of Aliki is a beautiful clean beach with crystal clear blue waters, protected by the winds and the strong sea currents
Faragas: Faragas (means gorge) and its "faragoules" is an organized beach with crystal clear waters and fine sand. Following a small path you will get to three beautiful bays and you can chose the one you like.
Chrissi Akti (Golden Beach): It is a golden beach as the name indicates. It combines the big blue of the sea and white sand on the beach. Half the beach is organized and a part of it is free. The location of the beach is such that there is always a breeze blowing. That's why windsurf races are held here. Here, you will find diving, water ski and windsurf schools, a beach bars. This beach has been awarded the Blue Flag of the European Union
What to Visit
The valley of butterflies is located 1,5 kilometers to the south west of Pili Pala Suites It is a biotope with a small source, which is covered by dense vegetation; cypresses, plane-trees, oleanders, carob trees and orchards. This area is ideal for the Tiger moth butterfly. It is a brown and yellow butterfly with a bit of black and white spots and two orange-red back wings, which appear when it flies.
In Marathi, only a few kilometers from Parikia, you will find the ancient marble quarries of Paros. Here, they used to quarry the famous Parian marble, also known as "lychnites". It was given this name because marble was quarried in deep galleries, under the light of lamps ("lychnos").