This traditional fishing village with the biggest fishing fleet in Cyclades is situated at the north shores of the Island of Paros. Its seductive fishing harbour hosts tens of fishing boats.
Naoussa offers a variety of entertainment, clothes boutiques and souvenir shops. Entertainment ranges from night clubs to bars, restaurants, taverns and coffee shops. The town center is formed of traditionally narrow white painted alleys, as accustomed in the Cyclades Islands. Beautiful sandy beaches surround Naoussa town such as Piperi, Monastiri, Kolimpithres, Santa Maria and Laggeri. Ancient monuments are also found around the settlements of Koukounarion, the cemetery (plastira) and the Venetian Fort at the north of the harbour.
Six Monasteries (Monastery of Loggovarda, Saint John Detis, Metropolitan Church of Virgin Mary Assumption, Saint Athanasios and the medieval church of Saint George ) are located nearby which are accessible to the visitor. Rare art temples, wall paintings and unique architecture are exhibited making them a big attraction.