Aliki is a small village on the south, less populated coast of Paros
. It has been developing as a resort in the last years and the number of hotels and rooms to rent in the area is constantly increasing. It is almost merged with the neighboring settlement of Angeria
Aliki has three beaches. The main one, which is in the center is narrow, with fine and very soft sand. In the summer there are sunbeds and parasols provided by a few beach cafes. Around the beach there is a mini market, a car rental office and a small harbor for fishing boats. Two traditional tavernas at the seafront place their tables directly on a small stone pier in the middle of the harbor. You can have a meal surrounded by the sea and the boats, with view of the rocky islets Tigani and Panteronisi. From the harbor daily boat trips are organized, touring around the islets and the seashore of the area.
The other two beaches are at the two ends of Aliki. The one in the west end of the village is a strip of coarse sand and large pebbles, both on the shore and in the water. There is one taverna here, placing its tables straight on the shore. The other beach, called Piso Aliki
, is 500 meters from the village, on the way to Farangas
beach. It is rocky, with a line of small trees for shade and almost no people.