The island of Paros is located at the center of archipelago, separated from Naxos by the tight of Piraeus. In the past it was known for its marble, but today is mostly a favorite destination for sailors. The capital Parikia is worth visiting not only for the archaeological museum, the church but also for restaurants and bars. the most important monuments are the Kastro in the capital Parikia. The most conosiute beaches are Molos and Drios, and countless churches make Paros the ideal destination to rent a sailboat or motorboat.