Peaceful, Immersive, Central

An Authentic Accommodation
Experience

Welcome to Parikia, Paros…

and to Margarita Studios

Margarita’s Studios on Paros, Greece are ideally located in a peaceful and pleasant neighborhood of Parikia — offering a selection of 4 clean and comfortable self-catering studios & 1 apartment for 4-6 persons, within easy access to all the attractions of Parikia.

Set amongst the the narrow and winding stone-paved streets of the old town of Parikia and next-door to an ancient Greek pottery workshop of the 3rd cent. BC, the studios are a tranquil haven yet still just a 400 meters from the quaint shops, stores and boutiques along Market Street and also just a short walk to the many seaside restaurants, clubs and cafes of Paros town.

Ms. Margarita and her family have been offering congenial Paros hospitality for over 15 years to both new and returning visitors from around the world who want pleasant accommodation in a quiet but central location in the heart of Parikia.

Our Studios & Apartment

Experience Islanders’ Hospitality

Margarita Studios Parikia Paros

Studio for 1-4 guests

Studio for 2 persons opening to the courtyard, with double or 2 single beds

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Margarita's Studios Parikia Paros

Apartment for 4-6

Fully-equipped 70m² 2 bedrooms apartment on the 1st floor with balconies

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Amenities

Internet Access

WiFi

TV
Air-condition

cold/hot

Coffee maker
Shower bathroom

with hair-dryer

Dinning corner

& dinnerware

Kitchen corner

small cooker & utensils

Refrigerator

Our 2 studios in Sotires

While you are here,
check out also our 2 sea-view studios
in Sotires (7 km from Parikia)

We arrived at Margarita’s Studios without a booking after our initial booking elsewhere went wrong. Margarita gave us a warm welcome, greeting us before we were even out of the taxi! The apartment was great value for money, in a perfect location. I highly recommend it in Paros.

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A peep at the island’s history

Margarita’s studios is ideally situated for those who have an interest in the island’s history, lying as it does a short distance away from some of the island’s main archaeological sites. The island’s history starts to unfold in the third millennium B.C. when the first settlements appear on Paros, Greece – that was five millennia ago. Pelasgians, Phoenicians, Mycenaeans, Ionians, Macedonians, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Franks and Ottomans are some of the people who settled on Paros and the neighbouring Cycladic islands and whose traces are still discernible today. Walking through the cobbled streets of Parikia the history of the island comes alive and invites us to find out more about the island’s past.

Archaeology

Old-town