“Molos, Marmaron”, is situated in one of the most beautiful coastal areas of Paros. Its cenral position on the eastern coast gives easy access to the south, to all the south eastern beaches such as “Piso Livadi”, “Golden Beach”, “Faragas”, etc, and to the north, all the northeastern beaches such as “Tsoukalia”, “Ambelas”, “Santa Maria”, etc.
The beach of “Molos” is arguably the most beautiful beach on the island. It is an enclosed, natural bay and Anemones Studios are located in the centre. The water is really shallow and is ideal for younger children. The sea is like a vast crystal clear pool with a sandy bottom. The area is ideal for swimming, fishing and water sports like surfing, kite surfing, etc. The walk along the beach is perfect for nature lovers especially early in the morning and right after sunset. The morning image of sunrise and the evening view of the full moon through the bay of Molos will surely amaze you!
On the right side of the of Molos (600m. away from the apartments) is the beach of “Kalogeros”, known for its wild beauty and especially for its clay that is available. Guests can enjoy clay-therapy given freely by nature!
Within walking distance of the apartments there are traditional Greek restaurants “tavernas”, where you can enjoy fresh fish and traditional local dishes. The nearest village is “Marmara” (just 2 km away), where there is a supermarket, pharmacy, bakery, etc.
Other useful distances from the “Anemones Studios”:
- Parikia Port: 17km
- Airport: 22.7 km
- Bus stop: 2km
- Harbor for small boats: 800m
- Services – Equipment Hire Surfing, Kite Surfing, etc: 70m
Historical information of the area:
The beach of Molos although large in size it is perfectly protected, and nestles between the hills “Kefalos” and “Antikefalos” in the foothills of which archaeologists speculate that was the ancient city “Iria”. Besides that, on the hills were the ancient potteries of Paros. At the top of the hill, there is also the monastery of St. Anthony. Around it, there are still remains of a Venetian castle that was destroyed by the famous pirate “Barbarossa” in 1537.