Hey Greece visitors, it’s getting easier and easier to get here. This year there are not only increased flights to Europe from the other continents; there are increased flights to Greece from throughout Europe. Now we even have a new airline coming to Paros.

I hope to write more extensively on flights to Europe and Greece later, for now just let me say that the most economical way to get here is to find a direct flight from your nearest gateway city to a European gateway, then a no frills or charter to Greece. For instance we flew direct from Portland, Oregon to Frankfurt, Germany and then easyJet to Athens. Also many European cities, including several within the U.K., have weekly charter flights directly to the nearby islands of Mykonos, Santorini and Crete.

This season in addition to the 2 or 3 flights per day by Olympic Airlines to Paros we have twice daily Seaplane flights from the Attica port of Lavrio. In June it is only 70 Euro to reach our paradise and 82 to leave, including taxes, fees and the like. The company claims they will soon have inter-island routes available as well as charters and excursions. They use Twin Otters that carry up to 19 passengers. The company is AirSea Lines.

Maybe exchange the traditional Greek experience of ferry boats for the exhilarating bird’s eye view of the island bespeckled blue waters. They call it flightseeing.

Read more about transportation, Greece and Paros on our full service Paros web site.

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