Aliki is a fishing village on the island of Paros and is located at the southernmost point of Paros. It is 12 kilometers from the island’s port and close to the airport. The village has grown into a major tourist destination for families due to its tranquil beaches available (Agios Nikolaos, Aliki, Piso Aliki), the taverns and festivals organized in the village in June (feast of Agios Ioannis Klydonas), August 6 (feast of the Savior) and September 14 (the Holy Cross).
Apart from lodgings in the village you will also find a pharmacy store and a super market while the kinder garden and the soccer fields, basketball and volleyball courts will be key spots for having your children a pleasant time. In the village there is the Museum of Cycladic Folklore “Skorpios” of the self-educated artist Benetos Skiadas and a Yoga School.
Because of the frequent north winds in the summer, it is ideal for surfing. If you love diving, the depth of the sea will charm you. The remains of the ancient town are inside Aegean Sea. The region has big tourist development. Options for accommodation, food and pleasure satisfy all tastes.