Villa Vanta I is a beautiful villa in Drios Paros built in a traditional Cycladic style. It is a two level house of total 165m2 and can accommodate up to 6 people and two babies up to 2 years old.
It is located 100m from the beach of Drios and 1 km from the popular Golden Beach (Chrisi Akti) and enjoys a quiet location.
The ground floor consists of 1 bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom, 1 bedroom with two twin beds and 1 bedroom with a single bed and a bunk beds, a shared bathroom a fully equipped laundry room with washing machine, ironing board, vacuum cleaner.
Outside you can enjoy the garden and a comfortably furnished veranda.
On the upper level there is a spacious living room with fireplace, dining room and fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and coffee maker and terrace with dinning area, BBQ facilities and a relaxing sea view.
All bedrooms and mainly areas are air conditioned.
Paros has unparalleled natural beauty, picturesqueness, has the Aegean light and its blue-green waters. It also has a rich history. Testimony of the many finds revealed by the archaeological excavation, giving today the visitor the opportunity to observe the historical development of Paros through the archaeological sites and museums.
The history of Paros begins from the Paleolithic era according to findings in caves and other natural places. Significant discoveries in Saliago (small uninhabited islet opposite Antiparos) confirm life in the Neolithic period (4300-3900 BC). Immense signs for the Early Cycladic and Cycladic era (3200-2000 BC), the Cycladic figurines found in graves. The most prominent Mycenaean palace in the Cyclades in the Koukounaries area, on the cliffs of Kolimbithres, is one of the most important findings of the Mycenaean period. An important time for Paros, according to the findings, is the Archaic period.
For the Roman period there are also archaeological findings, but also for the Byzantine period, with a representative sample of the period, Ekatontapyliani.
The castles of Parikia, Naoussa, Kefalos and Marpissa are among the signs of the Venetian era.
During the Ottoman domination, although the Parians paid similar taxes and there was a periodical Turkish presence, we do not have significant, representative architectural specimens of this period. With liberation, a journey begins, characterized initially by rising social development and participation in the modern world.
Paros follows the course of the rest of Greece and especially the province of the 50s, which is plagued by immigration, resulting in its abandonment. After about two decades, there has been a recovery of this path for the island cluster by turning the economy of Paros into tourism with what it means to maintain its identity.
Paros is inhabited since the 4th millennium BC. And experienced periods of great economic and artistic acne, as well as periods of looting, violent violence, decline and obscurity.
The historical landscape of Paros becomes c...