Aliki, located on the southwest coast of Paros island, is a tiny village predominantly inhabited by fishermen.
The bay near the western beach showcases its crystal-clear blue waters, decorated with small fishing boats owned by the locals. With the bright pink florals, seaside cafes, and 3 large sandy beaches, Aliki is the perfect option for a quiet paradise vacation in the Cyclades.
We rode around Aliki on our ATV, stumbled upon various beaches where we’d dip our toes in the water for a quick cool down then head on west to the next village.
Take a look at Aliki in this photo diary:
Because we were only on Paros Island for one day during our Greece vacation, I wasn’t able to explore this quaint little village as much as I wanted to. The Aliki town center and the outskirts of the village was one of my favorite parts of our vacation.