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Acommodations on Paros

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We are visiting Greece the last two weeks of May and plan to see Athens, Santorini and Paros. There will be 7 of us - siblings and spouses in our late 60s and early 70s. We have a hotel in Athens and a rental on Santorini but are still searching for a place on Paros. Ideally, we would like a rental villa but inns, b&bs or small hotels would work, too.

Does anyone have a suggestion? We prefer within walking distance of a town with restaurants, etc., We are all good walkers. Our price range is up to E600 per day.

We always plan our own trips and use this forum extensively. It is interesting that there seems to be less information on Greece than we find for our usual destinations.

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

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