I have read that cars and other motor vehicles are not allowed at the park. How do I get there?

Cars are allowed up to a certain point which is the parking lot of the Park where free parking is available.

I have read that the Monastiri Beach is an organized beach and that the sunbeds and umbrellas are for hire. Does that mean that I can only swim there if I rent them?

The Monastiri Beach is a public beach open to all. A segment of the beach does have sunbeds and umbrellas for customers who wish to rent them for the day. But this is optional. There is plenty of free space for visitors who do not want to hire them.

Is there a lifeguard on the Monastiri Beach?

Yes, there is for July and August.

How and where do I purchase tickets for festival events?

Tickets for the “Festival at the Park” events can be found On-line and at the Café Parko, where credit cards are accepted: open daily from 10:00 to 19:00.
In Naousa during shop hours: photo-store Wide-Angle (main square), tel: +30 2284 051933.
In Parikia during shop hours: book-store Anagenisis (ekatontapyliani str.), tel: +30 22840 2284022247 and book-store Polychromo (Ring Road), (tel: +30 22840 22906).
Phone ticket reservations are also available at the Cafe Parko (tel: +30 22840 5356). Tickets can be payed by credit card and collected on the day of the event.
Tickets are also available at the entrance to the Park on the day of the event, usually at a slightly higher price.

Does Paros Park have WI-FI? How much does it cost?

Paros Park offers free WI-FI to guests of the Cafe Parko.

Is it free to visit the Park?


Is the Park open to the Public throughout the year?

The Park is open 12 months a year. There is free pedestrian access to the walking paths, the Archilochos Amphitheatre and the beaches of the Peninsula. The Cafe Parko however is open from June till September.