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Greek village. Very clean, iconic. To visit daytime to taste the colors of the Bougainville against... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Stefano S
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Amazing village - spectacular view

Taking the road from Paroikia to Naoussa we decided to turn right towards Lefkes. It took us a bit... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Piraeus, Greece
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Greek village. Very clean, iconic. To visit daytime to taste the colors of the Bougainville against the white walls and the blue doors and windows. We were there at 10am, the best to avoid crowd.

Thank Stefano S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Taking the road from Paroikia to Naoussa we decided to turn right towards Lefkes. It took us a bit to get there but it was worth it. Parking at the edge of this picturesque village is easy - plenty of room there - walking thought...More

Thank Zante_clv
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A great place to get away from the crowds. Didn't see another tourist in 3 days. Pretty blue and white village. No supermarket.

Thank George F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We walked through Lefkes, and the images were so beautiful. We stopped for coffee at an outdoor cafe which was so delightful. We sat under the trees and watched the locals go by, mostly seemingly coming from the bakery. Lefkes has few tourists and has...More

Thank sylvia0214
Reviewed 6 January 2017

Beautiful, picturesque village of Paros. With whitewashed, flowered houses, blue roofed chapels and churches glimmering under sun, is considered as perfect example of Cycladic architecture. So lose yourself in the labyrinth of narrow stone-paved streets tangle up in blue.

1  Thank luiza c
Reviewed 22 December 2016

You know all of those pictures that made you fall in love with Greece? The ones that made you want to travel there in the first place? The white houses with blue trimmings and flourishing bougainvilleas? Well, they're here. Alllllll here. If you're in Paros,...More

2  Thank kellymbb88
Reviewed 6 October 2016

My hotel owner Arsenia recommended me to go to Lefkes and it was a perfect beginning for a long,relaxed, sunny day. I took the bus from Parikia town and enjoyed the road, which had very picturesque views. At this point I highly recommend to use...More

Thank NalanSa
Reviewed 1 October 2016

authentic, nice village. Just a few shops and tavernas. No big tourism, but that just makes it so wonderful and worth a visit!

Thank nadinekebloem
Reviewed 25 September 2016

Very picturesque and photogenic village. Definitely worth a wander down the maze of alleyways, have a stop in a cafe/taverna and look in the magnificent church. Full of atmosphere and did not feel touristy. Park at the top of the village and walk down.

Thank Ally44
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

Nice small village Lefkes with beautiful church's and small streets with beautiful bougainvillea flowers village is like a picture the time is here not moving..

Thank vedatzor
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