Frequently Asked Questions
It is strongly recommended that you have your own means of transport. We can arrange a car or scooter rental for you. Please notify us in advance.
The villas are connected to the central town water system. Even though the water is not harmful, it is advisable that you drink bottled water when staying at the villas. Tap water can be safely used for cooking and hot drinks.
For laundry services, you are welcome to give your clothes that need washing to the care taker of the villas, in exchange for a tip.
Well-behaved pets are allowed. Please notify us upon booking.
Towels and bedsheets are provided and are changed twice a week. Cleaning also takes place twice a week.
In the summer, there are plenty of boat connections between Athens and Paros, either from the main port of Piraeus or from the port of Rafina (which is closer to the airport) and a few connections from the port of Lavrio.
Also, there are boat connections to other islands: Daily connections to Antiparos, Naxos, Syros, Santorini, Myconos and Amorgos, and frequent connections to Donousa, Koufonissi, Schinousa, Heraklia, Crete, Milos, Kimolos, Folegandros, Sikinos, Ios, Astypalea, Serifos, Anafi, Kea, Kithnos.
• Not all connections are on daily basis, so it is advisable that you check the boat schedules when organizing your trip.
• For July and August travelers, it is necessary that you book your boat tickets well in advance, especially those between Athens and Paros and between Crete and Paros.
• For boat itineraries and ticket sales visit: www.openseas.gr
For connections between Paros and Antiparos, see: www.paroslife.com or call: +30 22840 61485.
There are plenty of ferries that go to Antiparos all day long throughout the year, so no need to book ahead for this destination.