Welcome to Ailia Estate, a waterfront villa complex consisting of six private villas on a plot of 4300 sq.m. and 4000 sq.m. plot overlooking the Aegean. Nestling nearby Santa Maria beach, in the northern part of the island, the fully furnished villas offer an oasis of tranquillity amid a pristine scenery.
The waterfront villas are built in a way that ensures complete privacy among guests and their interiors are stylishly decorated to match the luminous surroundings.
Every villa is equipped with all modern comforts: from spacious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms to fully equipped kitchens and cosy outdoor sitting areas.
Step out on the spacious terrace to enjoy laid-back moments sunbathing on the comfy loungers and sunbeds, and when the sun gets too hot, immerse in the refreshing waters of the pool. Lay back and let the calming sea breeze and the gentle scents from the garden that surrounds the villas take you to a place where all your worries are history. Or you can walk down 10 steps to the private sandy beach of crystal clear Aegean waters.
Ailia Estate is the perfect place to align your senses and connect with the pristine nature, blossoming out its treasures all around you. Let your gaze glide slowly from the gorgeous Santa Maria beachfront all the way to the enchanting silhouette of Filizi islet, a Natura 2000 protected area, and feel nature’s vibes sweeping you off your feet.
Paros is one of the most beautiful Cycladic islands, with its capital, Parikia, being a perfect example of Cycladic architecture: whitewashed houses with blossomy yards and balconies, quaint cobblestone streets lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants.
Crisscross the island to explore its gorgeous countryside with picturesque traditional villages of unique beauty and cultural interest. Naoussa is probably the most famous settlement in Paros, showcasing ruins of a Venetian fortress, dazzling white houses, and a charming little harbour where you can gaze at the colourful traditional fishing boats. Santa Maria, Marpissa, Ambelas, Lefkes, Alyki and Pisso Livadi, are but a few other charming hamlets that are worth a visit to explore the authentic Paros life.
If you are interested in history and archaeology, in Paros you will have the chance to explore many sites that will enrich your knowledge of history and broaden your horizons such as the ancient church of Ekatontapiliani, the Venetian Castle, the Apollon and Artemis temple called “Delion”, the ancient cemetery, the temples of Asclepius and Pythian Apollo, the monastery and ancient ruins at Agios Ioannis Detis, the ancient quarries in Marathi and many more.
Discover the remarkable and diverse coastline of Paros, boasting sun-kissed –and mostly sandy– beaches with crystal clear waters, like Chryssi Akti, Santa Maria, Agios Ioannis, also known as Monastiri, Ambelas, Kolymbithres and the famous Pounda. Many of the beaches in Paros are Blue Flag awarded, and, in some of them, you will find modern facilities to engage in water sports as well.