Kalogeros beach Paros is a beach with few elements that distinguish it from other Paros beaches. It's located right next to Molos bay on the eastern coast of Paros. The distance of Kalogeros beach Paros from the main villages of Paros, 17 km from Parikia and 12 km from Naoussa, makes it very quiet as it hasn't got many visitors.
Kalogeros uniqueness comes from the special mud that you can find there. It's known for its therapeutically abilities for skin conditions. Therefore don't hesitate to put some of it on you, before putting the sunscreen.
The beach is secluded with no infrastructure whatsoever. Therefore if you decide to visit it, you should have all the necessary things with you, like water and snacks. If you have your own beach umbrella, you should take it with you. The water is crystal clear and the sand of the beach is thick.
There is a nice traditional tavern nearby.
Kalogeros beach Paros (Kalogeros = monk), took its name from a monk that, according to local tale, took its life by jumping from the cliffs of the beach.
To get there, you will use a dirt road that starts from the south end of Molos bay, just few meters long and there is a sign. If you don't have your own mean of transport, the bus station is about 1 km away, but it's worth walking as you can visit two beaches, Kalogeros and Molos.