Laggeri is an area of ​​Paros with two beaches. The beaches of Laggeri located between Naoussa and Santa Maria beach and are easily accessible up to a point.

It is not easy to determine which of the two beaches is called Laggeri.

One of the beaches of Laggeri is at the northeastern end of the bay of Naoussa. To get there, you have to drive, for a few minutes, on a dirt road from one point onwards.

The beach of Laggeri in Paros has a beautiful sandy beach with fine, off-white sand and extensive dunes, trees and tamarisk trees. It offers complete isolation to lovers of unspoiled nature. This is an idyllic beach, where nature itself generously gives you the beauty and tranquillity of its crystal clear blue waters.

Access to Laggeri beach is by your means of transport, taking the road to Santa Maria. However, it would help if you were careful to turn left on the dirt road to lead you to the beach because the road signs are not visible. Another solution is the KTEL buses of Paros, which make the route to Santa Maria. If you choose it, you will get off at the stop of Zoodochou Pigi, and from there you will walk about 10 to 15 minutes, through a rocky route, to reach the beach.

Arriving, a swim in the waters of Laggeri will compensate you. In recent years, it is a nudist beach and free camping, something that does not affect the peace it offers at all.

Laggeri beach is not an organized beach, and it is a secluded place where you can relax and enjoy nature, tranquillity, and the waves’ sounds.

If you decide to visit it, you should be well prepared. There are no shops nearby, so you should have water and snacks with you as well as a beach umbrella for any shade. There are a few trees, but are not enough to protect you from the sun. If you do not have an umbrella, then it is better to go to the beach in the afternoon, after 6 p.m.

Stefano or Laggeri beach in Paros

At Stefano beach in Paros, or otherwise known as Laggeri to the locals, the environment is truly unique. A large islet of sand is wet with the sea on both sides, ending in a rocky islet. It is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful locations you will see in Paros. Ensure you have enough water with you and a beach umbrella because this beach is not organized. You can visit the beach of Langeri or Stefano during the afternoon hours when the sun is milder and prepares for its sunset, offering fascinating colours and images.

It is a bit difficult to find the entrance to this beach. There is a small path that starts from the main road to Santa Maria. Both beaches can be combined with a visit to Santa Maria. It is better to go first to Santa Maria, where you will find many sunbeds and umbrellas. Then, when the sun goes down, you can visit Laggeri beach.

Naoussa is just a few minutes away, where you can enjoy a wonderful dinner, in its picturesque restaurants, after your swim.