Cafe del Mare is one of most famous bars in Parikia. It offers a great atmosphere as it has chairs just beside the waves. Early enjoy the lounge music and after midnight you dance inside the bar with modern hits.
Actually i remember that when we finished school it was very popular to go to Paros for clubbing. After being again to Paros, after many years i realised that nothing changed.
Parikia is a place for a more sophisticated clubbing, but Nausa has more alternatives, from traditional music clubs to mainstream music clubs.
I recommend the beach bars with lounge music beside the sea in Parikia.
The little square (as me and my family like to call it) is suddenly there, in the confusion of little streets and shops in Naussa. I haven't managed to find it right away yet, but it is definitly not impossible if you have a little sense of direction. The square is actually just a big eucaliptus three with a couple of tables under it and a little "tropical-looking" bar, but a magnificent feeling of relaxation and happiness. I could spend an entire night under that three.
Dress Code: Just as you like.
There are many nightclubs, Beach clubs, classical music concerts, the local theatres, outdoor cinemas, specialist Greek and international restaurants like French, Italian, Mexican and Chinese, traditional fish tavernas, ouzeries and old traditional windmills.
Dress Code: There is no dress code in Paros