In the small fishing village of Ambelas, a few kilometres far from Naousa, you will find three small sandy beaches. The first you will encounter at the Ambelas port is to the right, as you reach the sea, between two capes forming a wind-free bay, used by fishermen as an anchorage. Following the coastal road to the left, you will find another small beach, descending the stairs under the sea tree, while, if you seek for isolation, you can enjoy the wind-free, shallow and crystal clear waters of the Aspros Gremos beach, not far from there. Its rich sea bottom is ideal for fans of spear-fishing. Of course, do not miss tasting the traditional food of Paros served at the taverns, such as its famous fresh fish. A variety of accommodations is also available. You can reach the Ambelas beaches by bus service from Naousa or using your own or leased means of transport.