With a little bit of everything you'd expect from an island in
the Cycladic archipelago, Paros is dusted with sugar-white
villages, blue-domed churches, buttermilk-coloured beaches and
taverna tables overlooking quaint fishing harbours. The island's
nightlife is less flashy than neighbouring Mykonos, while the views
from the island's ring road tracing its way around the lace-like
coastline, can't be beaten.