- cycladic light simplicity
Parilio (parelion): A bright, sunlike optical illusion, often on a luminous ring or halo,
caused by sunlight passing through ice crystals in the upper atmosphere.
“Two Parelia rise with the sun and follow him all day until his sunset.”
Aristotle (Meteorological III.2, 372a14)
Paying homage to our Cycladic roots, our logo is inspired by ‘The Fat Lady of Saliagos
the most ancient marble figurine found to date in the Cyclades, a symbol of
female beauty and power, an ode to the soul of the Aegean sea & light.
FOR A GLORIOUSLY POETIC RETREAT IN FULL HARMONY
WITH THE SURROUNDING SEA AND NATURAL ROCKS.”
white-washed fishing villages, Paros is a place where
unspoiled natural beauty and the slowed rhythms
of Cycladic life prevails. A gateway to the real Cyclades,
the island embodies an authentic Greek experience.
reflected throughout Parīlio, the name of
which is derived from ‘Paros’ and the Greek
word for the sun ‘ĪLIOS.”
ISLAND’S DISTINCTIVE ARCHITECTURE AND ITS INTERIORS
ARE DEFINED BY A SOOTHING, TONAL COLOR
PALETTE AND NATURAL MATERIALS.”