The house "Les Cedres, Nikos House" is located in the countryside surrounded by olive groves and open expanses next to the sea. If you enjoy being in midst of nature then this is the ideal place for you. Only three minutes walk to nearest beach of Tsoukalia. For entertainment you can drive to near villages Naoussa and Parikia.
It is a newly built 2 bedroom house in the traditional Cycladic style and located in Marmera/Tsoukalia in the countryside surrounded by olive groves and open expanses next to the sea. The house can accommodate 4 to 5 persons (if needed the 5th person /child could sleep on the sofa available in the living room / baby bed available on request). The house is approximately 100 m2 in size and comprise of a living/dining area, kitchen, one bedroom (twin beds) and bathroom situated on the ground floor, and the second (double) bedroom with en-suite bathroom on the upper floor.
There are spacious verandas on both floors. On the ground floor veranda you will find a dining table and chairs - perfect for dining outdoors.
Fully equipped kitchen, children's seat available on request, TV in living room.
3 minutes on foot to the beach of Tsoukalia and a few minutes by car to Molos beach (800m distance), a child friendly location with shallow waters. Kalogeros beach is nearby.
Near surrounding villages : Pisso Livadi, the traditional fishermen's village Naoussa, Lefkes and Marpissa.
Next shopping possibilities and restaurants in Pisso Livadi, Marpissa and Prodromos etc.
To get to the house you need your own mean of transport. From the main port Parikia to Nikos House it takes you 30 minutes. Ample parking area on the site. Pick-up at the port of Parikia if requested.
Paros has unparalleled natural beauty, picturesqueness, has the Aegean light and its blue-green waters. It also has a rich history. Testimony of the many finds revealed by the archaeological excavation, giving today the visitor the opportunity to observe the historical development of Paros through the archaeological sites and museums.
The history of Paros begins from the Paleolithic era according to findings in caves and other natural places. Significant discoveries in Saliago (small uninhabited islet opposite Antiparos) confirm life in the Neolithic period (4300-3900 BC). Immense signs for the Early Cycladic and Cycladic era (3200-2000 BC), the Cycladic figurines found in graves. The most prominent Mycenaean palace in the Cyclades in the Koukounaries area, on the cliffs of Kolimbithres, is one of the most important findings of the Mycenaean period. An important time for Paros, according to the findings, is the Archaic period.
For the Roman period there are also archaeological findings, but also for the Byzantine period, with a representative sample of the period, Ekatontapyliani.
The castles of Parikia, Naoussa, Kefalos and Marpissa are among the signs of the Venetian era.
During the Ottoman domination, although the Parians paid similar taxes and there was...