Paros’ unparalleled natural beauty coupled with its mostly easy to navigate terrain allows for guests to embark on amazing guided or solo bike rides around the island, discovering secluded beaches and tiny villages along the way. Naturally, spring time is the ideal season to undertake explorations as the temperatures are pleasant and the island awakens from its winter slumber. Lovers of the great outdoors and the unparalleled sensation of freedom that goes hand in hand with a bike ride in nature can set off towards many different routes, all of them guaranteed to introduce them to gorgeous sites.
A BIKE RIDE IN NATURE CAN SET OFF TOWARDS MANY DIFFERENT ROUTES, ALL OF THEM GUARANTEED TO INTRODUCE THEM TO GORGEOUS SITES.
Less than 10 kilometres from Summer Senses, lies the small village of Lefkes, reachable through a mildly uphill trail and offering wonderful vistas along the way. Keen voyagers then happen upon the Byzantine road, the island’s oldest trail, dating back to 1000 AD which connects Lefkes to the village of Prodromos. The path is paved with Parian Marble of international renown and stands out as mountain bike enthusiast’s paradise on Paros thanks to its mainly downhill slopes and short, length of about 3,5 km. Next stop of this enchanting wander is the village of Marmara, a path that reveals the beautiful beach of Molos and further along the way the beaches Antikefalos before reaching and peddling alongside Tsoukalia beach. Fresh air, the wind in your hair as you lift your feet off the pedals, nature in full bloom and an unmistakable sense of adventure come together, making Paros a true voyager’s dream destination.
After a day of island exploration on two wheels, do not miss out on savouring the mouthwatering delicacies of Galazia Hytra Restaurant. Mediterranean culinary traditions meet the innovative flair of Summer Senses Luxury Resort’s Chef. Discover unique flavours with something for everyone to enjoy. Fresh ingredients and Parian products take centre stage in a 5 star menu that enchants all your senses.