Australians vote Paros as ‘the best island in Greece’


Australians, Americans and New Zealanders unanimously voted the Greek island of Paros as “one of the most desirable places to stay,” according to a report by the New Zealand Herald.

The island won the vote from the team of Australian, American and New Zealand travellers despite spending a couple of nights on the renowned Greek island of Santorini.

“The team’s view was that picturesque Santorini was definitely a ‘turn to the stars’, but Paros won out because of its almost indefinable, suggestive appeal,” the report stated.

Paros island.

The voters said Paros appears relatively unspoilt with its beautifully balanced mix of sandy beaches and water sports.

There were also “tempting food options, vibrant nightlife, traditional whitewashed buildings and magnificent natural scenery.”

ource: NewsBomb

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