Logaras beach is located in the south part of Paros island, 20 km away from the island’s capital, Parikia, and also 20 km from the airport. The area of Logaras is situated just 500 meters from the small fish harbor of Piso Livadi where you can find small shops, taverns/restaurants with excellent local food, also you can have drinks and coffees over the sea in the traditional cafeterias and bars.
The area of Logaras in Paros Island has a beautiful long sandy beach. The settlement surrounds the nice and scenic beach, making it a pole of attraction for many people. It is ideal for families with young children as it is a nice calm beach. Several taverns and restaurants will offer you good food over the beach and you will have the chance to taste some of the delicacies of the local cooking.
You will enjoy swimming at the nice and scenic beach in front of the settlement but you may also go to the neighboring beaches of Punta 400 meters away and Messada 1-2 km away.
The cosmopolitan and boisterous Pounta beach is one of the most famous and visited beaches on the island. It is fully organized, with watersports (water ski, wakeboard, canoes, etc., Most people visit Punda for its special atmosphere and various activities, the music and the parties.
Messada is a long beach with golden sand and crystal clear waters. It is a quiet beach because not many people know about Messada.
Just 3 km from Logaras you find the famous beach for wind surfing Golden Beach. It is a 700 meter long beach and It takes its name from the fine sand, which has glass elements in it and provides a sparkling effect during sunshine.
Golden Beach has become a popular destination for wind-surfers and kite-surfers from around the world due to the windy conditions inside as well as outside the small bay. The beach has been awarded the blue flag. Many visitors come to Golden Beach, not only to pursue water-sports, but also to enjoy the shallow waters and the amazing scenery.
In one km away you find the village of Marpisa where you can find big super market, local meat shop, pharmacy, bakery and many other shops.
Marpisa is known for its unique architecture. Small white houses with blue windows the one next to the other into small alleys. It is worth to take a visit and walk inside the village.
Also you may walk for a few minutes, up to the nearby low hill above the settlement, to see the small church of Aghios Georgios Thalassites (St. George of the Sea). It is an old monastery dated in the 13th century, with nice frescoes, Priest George is there to guide you.