Apartment for 4-6

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

Internet Access




Coffee maker
Shower bathroom

with hair-dryer

Dinning corner

& dinnerware

Kitchen corner

small cooker & utensils


Fully-equipped 70m² apartment on the 1st floor.
• two private bedrooms: a double bedroom (TV, A/C) and a twin bedroom (A/C).
• living room with two single beds (TV).
• full-size kitchen with cooker & oven, refrigerator, washing machine, cooking utensils, full dinnerware and dining table.
• bathtub bathroom (with hair-drier)
• 2 balconies looking out to the yard.
Suitable for families with kids & bigger groups.

“Our party of four arrived at Margarita’s Studios without a booking after a terrible experience trying to check into another place elsewhere on the island. Before we were even out of the taxi, Margarita was coming out to greet us. She welcomed us warmly and offered us one of her apartments for the night which was perfect! She couldn’t have been more helpful with directions around town, supermarket etc which was in stark contrast to what we had experienced elsewhere that morning. I wouldn’t hesitate to return to Margarita’s Studios and would highly recommend.”

Jennifer H

Hamilton, UK

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need my own means of transportation?

No, Margarita’s is just a few minutes walk to the centre of town, the port and the nearest beach. If you have your own vehicle, a free municipal parking area is located a few meters away.

Are pets allowed?


Do you accept credit cards?


How do you come to Paros? Are there boat connections to other islands?

In the summer, there are plenty of boat connections between Athens and Paros, either from the main port of Piraeus or from the port of Rafina (which is closer to the airport) and a few connections from the port of Lavrio.
Also, there are boat connections to other islands: daily connections to Antiparos, Naxos, Syros, Santorini, Myconos and Amorgos, and frequent connections to Donousa, Koufonissi, Schinousa, Heraklia, Crete, Milos, Kimolos, Folegandros, Sikinos, Ios, Astypalea, Serifos, Anafi, Kea, Kithnos.
• Not all connections are daily, so you should check the boat schedules when organizing your trip.
• For July and August travellers, you must book your boat tickets well in advance, especially between Athens and Paros and between Crete and Paros.
• For boat itineraries and ticket sales, visit www.openseas.gr
For connections between Paros and Antiparos, call +30 22840 61485.
There are plenty of ferries that go to Antiparos all day long throughout the year, so no need to book ahead for this destination.

What is the best time to visit Paros?

Paros offers its visitors different things at different times of the year. Summer is obviously hot, sunny and more crowded than the colder winter months. The nightlife on the island is at its peak during July and August with clubs, bars and restaurants often full to bursting. In May, June and September, the weather is good but the island considerably quieter, the beaches less crowded and prices lower.
From October to April, things slow down and a more traditional way of life can be experienced. At Christmas and during the build-up to Easter (and Easter itself), there are numerous celebrations, especially during the “Apokries” or Carnival period which marks the start of Lent, 40 days before Easter.

What about bicycles on Paros?

Bicycles are easily available to rent, (or even buy if you are planning on a long stay), and are a perfect way to get around whether you’re planning on just nipping to the shops or discovering those hidden corners of the island. The hills on Paros are (mostly) not too steep and the road network is good. It’s not at all unusual to see cyclists both in and out of the towns and villages. As anywhere, be careful of other traffic and make sure to obey all relevant regulations.

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