Tripiti is an off-the-beaten-path small beach that is ideal if you want to relax and enjoy the tranquillity that Paros can offer you. It has sand and pebbles and impresses the visitor with the rock formations around it.
Let’s see what you should know before going to Tripiti Beach.
Where is located Tripiti Beach?
Tripiti Beach is located in the southern side of the island, in a close distance to the well-known beaches of Drios and Aliki. It is one of the remotest beaches from Paroikia (18 km) as well as from Naousa (21 km).
However, nearby you can find many other beaches, such as Lolantonis, Glyfa and Faragga. As the beach is small and unorganized, it is the perfect start for beach hopping around the area, in order to see more beaches in a day.
How to get to Tripiti Beach in Paros?
Tripiti is a secluded bay, so there is no public transportation that goes directly there. You can take the bus from Paroikia to Drios that stops on the main road. From there, you will have to walk 5-10 minutes to get to the beach.
Thus, we recommend you renting a car or ATV to get conveniently to the beach. Renting a car in Paros is affordable and gives you the opportunity to discover the island at your own pace, visiting many beaches and villages and exploring the hidden gems of the island. Tripiti Beach is located near many other beaches, so by car you can easily do the ultimate beach hopping.
What to do in Tripiti: Activities and facilities
Tripiti Beach is unorganized and secluded. That means you should expect neither sunbeds and umbrellas nor cafes and restaurants nearby. There is a tavern in Glyfa Beach, but you should walk there about 5 minutes. So, it is better to have your own water and something to eat.
Without umbrella, you should be careful during summer, as the danger for heat- or sun-stroke is high. You can go to this beach early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid this danger or you can take your own umbrella.
However, Tripiti is the perfect opportunity to feel the peaceful and relaxing sensation that the amazing island of Paros can offer you together with cosmopolitanism. Away from the crowds and with only a few tourists, this beach is the ultimate authentic experience you can have.
Things to do nearby
As the environment around Tripiti is secluded, there are no restaurants, cafes, hotels and rooms to let. This is why the beach is ideal for you to get familiar with the less tourist side of Paros. In a close distance to Tripiti Beach, are located many beaches you can visit by car, such as Drios, Aliki, Lolantonis and Faragga.
Fanos Cave nearby with is amazing crystal waters and rock formations is also another place worth visiting on foot nearby.
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