Delfini or Souvlia beach
The official name of the beach is Souvlia, but the locals call it Delfini (Dolphin), from the homonymous, hospitable bar-restaurant that operates on its sandy beach. On the maps and tourist guides for Paros you will meet it with both names, but this should not confuse you and especially disappoint you. You should definitely look for it, though admittedly not visible and at first glance. Travelling on the peripheral road, once you exit Parikia and heading west, you must have your mind, as soon as you pass the Asklepiion to your left, see the sign that just says "Delfini beach". Turn right onto a downhill and continue straight ahead you reach the gate leading to the beach. Passing freely through the bar-restaurant, you reach a crystal clear sandy beach with clear waters. Apart from the beauty of the beach, what made us feel is that both sun loungers and umbrellas are free for the customers of the shop. Also the beach has plenty of space for those who "hardy" want to spread their towel under the tamarisks. Souvlia or Delfini (Dolphin) beach is located at the west end of the bay of Parikia and is easily accessible either by your own means of transport, by car or by car or by the buses of the Paros KTEL, which will leave you on the road. However, if you come with your own vehicle a tip: in return, when you have to ascend the alley that you have entered, be very careful because it is a bit steep and it goes straight to the periphery.
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