Villa Paradiso View is situated on Isterni, between the hills of Paros, a verdurous village which is one of the "balconies" of Paros only 8 minute drive from beautiful and cosmopolitan village of Naousa in the island Paros, just 5 minutes drive away of the beach.
The beautiful picturesque fishing village of Naoussa is only 10 minute drive away. It is located in a small picturesque bay in the northern part of Paros, and is considered to be one of the prettiest villages in the Cyclades. It has kept its authenticity, its traditional character and its charm, with its whitewashed and flowered little houses and its tiny whitewashed churches and chapels, surrounded by labyrinth-like narrow, stone paved streets. The lovely village of Naoussa is built amphitheatrically around a tiny picturesque port where little colourful fishing boats called caiques moor and remains of a Venetian castle can still be seen, creating a unique and enchanting atmosphere. Little taverns and ouzeries are boarding the port, giving a friendly and traditional atmosphere. The main square offers much you will require in terms of, cash withdrawal and there is an information booth in the corner of the square. Naoussa offers several animated bars and nightclubs, opened until dawn. Naoussa, is also famous for its numerous beautiful golden beaches, filling the natural bay such as Kolymbithres Beach, Agios Ioannis, Agioi Anargyroi, Monastiri and many more. From the wildest and more secluded beaches to the fully organized ones, those beaches are ideal for everyone, covering all tastes and needs. All of them can be reached by footpaths, asphalted roads or by caiques (small fishing boats) from the port. Every 23rd of August, nine days after the Assumption of the Virgin, a great festivity is celebrated in Naoussa, during which a representation of the pirates raids is performed by the young people of the village, fireworks are thrown while dancing, eating and drinking continues until dawn. Many archaeological sites and monuments can be found in the area which are well worth visiting.