Paros Nudist Beach

 
Paros nudist beach - For visitors of Paros Island that like to swim freely
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Paros nudist beach is not one but many. Of course the most well-know Paros nudist beach is called Langeri. This is a secluded sandy paradise just 6 km away from Naoussa village. To get to this Paros nudist beach, it is best for you to have your own mean of transport. Take the road towards Santa Maria and then turn left towards Zoodochou Pigi chapel. From there you can continue by foot to the north. In few hundred meters it will revile itself in front of you. You should use your GPS, because few new houses are built in the area almost every year. Therefore, a new way of getting to this Paros nudist beach might appear.
You should not expect any kind of infrastructure here. There is only powdery sand, crystal water and few small trees offering a natural shade. You need to have sufficient amount of water with you, maybe an umbrella and definitely a sunblock!
If you see on a map the area of Langeri, just a few hundred meters to the south, you will see Oikonomou islet. You will also see the narrow sandy passage to the islet. This picturesque sandy place is also considered as Paros nudist beach, but less popular.
Also quite well-known Paros nudist beach is actually located in Antiparos island, at Antiparos Camping. To get there you can take the small ferry from Parikia or take the bus to west Pounda. From there, it is a 10 minute trip by ferry to Antiparos port. After disembarking ask a local how to get to camping beach. This is also a sandy paradise, with no infrastructure. So make sure you have all the necessary things with you.
On our island is quite big. Therefore, there are many secluded places that nudists can enjoy. For example Toukalia beach is long and not that popular among tourists. Maybe even the south end of Golden beach. We are certain that you can find a quiet spot there. Conclusively, it is not necessary for you to go to popular Paros nudist beach.
There is one local dish, which we are not placing in the category of Paros local products, but it’s made only in our island. It’s called guna and you probably will see it in the making, if you will find yourself in Naoussa port during a sunny day. This is a fresh fish, cooked in the heat of the sun.
One of many reasons that people go to a destination should be its cuisine and products. Paros local products and our cuisine will meet the expectations of every visitor.  
 

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