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I decided to explore Paros by bicycle. The second part of my tour led me from Naoussa to Lefkes.
Lefkes is a small village located in the mountains. Parts of the road are quite steep so it is not easy to get there. But once...More
Lefkes was a lovely starting point for us on a hot breezy day in September, to start the Byzantine Path hike. It took several hours to walk through Lefkes, hike the path, and end up in Prodromos. We took a lot of photos. Lefkes in...More
Nice little town. It was far from where we stayed and we visited it one afternoon. We had late lunch at one of the restaurants and the food was amazing, but the town wasn’t crowded. Maybe it was because we were tgere in the afternoon...More
Lefkes is a quiet and charming traditional Greek island village. We went there by rental car while on our drive around Paros Island. It’s only about a 20-minute drive from Parakia or Naoussa and a great place to visit if you want a quiet break...More
Lefkes had been recommended and we were expecting a really beautiful village and left feeling a bit underwhelmed. The church and the square in front are lovely and the view is nice (but not fantastic), but apart from that is just restaurants and too many...More
We have traveled through Crete, Santorini and Paros over the past two weeks and Lefkes has been the most charming villages we have visited. It is a whitewashed town on a hillside, so.etimes steep, with a Warren of very good pedestrian walkways that bend and...More
Lefkes Village is trotted to be one of the prettiest villages on Paros, it didn’t disappoint. This is not for the faint hearted as there is a fair amount of walking and the streets leading to the centre are quite steep. But I would suggest...More
We went to Lefkes on our way back from Naoussa. There isn’t much to see there. The are a few restaurants that provide respite from the sun...but that’s about it! Also parking is very difficult to find which doesn’t encourage one to stop there!