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Paros

Listed under Islands in Cyclades Islands, Greece.

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Paros is famous for its many beaches. Paros is close to other islands, some as close as 2 kilometers, and ferries run frequently from the island's harbor. Wind surfing is also a big attraction as many of the straights that are around the island provide great conditions for the sport. The island is a popular getaway and is frequented by many tourists every year. The island not only offers beach life but also has museums that chronicle the islands history.

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Written by  Tony Owusu.

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