The Cyclades Sights



Monastery of Longovarda

Monastery of Longovarda Review

Halfway from Paros town to Naousa, on the right, the 17th-century Monastery of Longovarda shines on its mountainside. The monastic community farms the local land and makes honey, wine, and olive oil. Only men, dressed in conservative clothing, are allowed inside, where there are post-Byzantine icons, 17th-century frescoes depicting the Twelve Feasts in the Life of Christ, and a library of rare books; it is usually open mornings.

    Contact Information

  • Phone: 22840/21202
  • Location: Paroikía
Updated: 05-17-2011

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