Parilio is the epitome of understated laidback chic, championing the islands carefree spirit and nature with calming neutral tones and bespoke local craftmanship. Spacious suites come with outside sun terraces, jacuzzi and private pool options.
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Calming and chic Cycladic retreat submerged in the tranquil natural environment, with luxurious pool and decks
Simplicity at its best where the interiors are defined by a soothing, tonal colour palette and natural materials
Parilio echoes the island’s distinctive block white architecture while creating understated luxury from natural stone materials of the area all combined with a soothing colour palette comprised of white, greys, ochre and ivory. The sense of calm will wash over you here as you amble around this luxury boutique resort. Decadent terraces and daybeds surround the stunning pool, perfect for you to relax and cool off from the days heat. All the 33 spacious suites are light and airy, with huge beds and outside living area with view over the hotel’s gardens and beyond, each come with the choice of outside sun terraces, jacuzzi and private pools. For those looking to fully embrace the slow-paced Cycladic way of living, the on-site Elios Spa offers the ultimate time out while the fitness centre featuring state of the art equipment is the perfect spot for you to keep strong during your stay.The restaurant ‘Mr E’, is a proud creation of the hotels owner. Serving seasonal Greek and Mediterranean fare overseen by celebrated chef Alexandros Tsiotinis. A wonderful space surrounded by wild beauty serving up delicious meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hotel’s salubrious Circle Bar runs alongside the pool with chilled tunes drifting across the pool, perfect for sun lounger snacks and a refreshing cocktail or two. Parilio is uber chic in style but also in location. Perched on the north-eastern coast of Paros in the central Cyclades, and close to the island’s most popular beach, Kolympithres in Naoussa Bay, with its warm clear waters and huge blocks of granite boarding it, sculpted into strange smooth shapes by the sea and the wind over the centuries. Also just and a 10-minute drive from the pretty town of Naoussa. Parikia is Paros’ largest town and where you’ll find the awe-inspiring Panagia Ekatondapyliani, a Byzantine monastery complex that dates from AD 326.
When to visit
Cycling in Paros
Discover the scenic countryside of Paros, getting off-the-beaten-track on an easy cycling route. With your private guide you’ll follow the southern coastline and enjoy views of the strait between Paros and nearby Antiparos.
Private cruise to Antiparos
Set off from Paros to discover the beautiful island of Antiparos on board your own private RIB boat. Learn about the island’s history, stop at stunning beaches and swim in the crystal-clear waters on this unique day trip.
Traditional Sunset Caique Cruise
Set sail from Paros on a caique, a traditional Greek fishing boat. Explore the Aegean sea with a chance to swim in clear waters and watch the sunset while aboard.
Wine tasting in Paros
Discover the local wines of Paros in a unique wine tasting session. Visit the Moraitis winery, founded in 1910 and now overseen by the 4th generation of the family. Learn about the wine production process before sampling a selection of the wines.