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08/07/24 → 19/07/24

24/06/24 30/06/24

08/07/24 14/07/24

09:00 – 13:00

Beginners & Intermediate

3 – 8 students

Paros island, Arkas Inn Hotel

Starting from 490 €

1 week: 5 days of lessons, 20 h.

2 week: 10 days of lessons, 40 h

Classes take place from Monday until Friday, from 9am to 1pm. On Saturday we usually organize an excursion or a cultural activity. Alexandria Institute has the right to change the schedule and organize classes in the afternoon in case there are no teachers or classrooms available.

If you wish you can extend your studies to 3 or 4 weeks.

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Paros, birthplace of the lyric poet Archilochus.

Alexandria Institute organizes an Ancient Greek language course at basic, intermediate and advanced levels on one of the most popular Cyclades islands, Paros, in July. Students can opt for a two-week, three-week or four-week course, acquiring first-hand contact with the Ancient Greek language.

Our Institute aims to provide you with a thorough educational experience given that courses are supplemented with visits to archaeological sites and museums and students also get to know the local customs. Every scheduled activity is aimed at familiarizing students with the island’s cuisine, architecture and heritage as well as helping them experience its authentic spirit.

Learn more about our teaching methodology and our approach here.

Why in Paros?

Greece is the birthplace of Ancient Greek civilization, philosophy, and literature. Studying Ancient Greek in its place of origin allows for a deeper connection to the cultural and historical context.

More over, living and studying on the island of Paros provides an opportunity for cultural immersion. You can experience daily life in a Greek community, interact with locals, and participate in cultural events, enhancing your overall learning experience.

In addition, Paros, known for its picturesque landscapes and historical sites, can serve as an inspiring backdrop for studying Ancient Greek. The beauty of the surroundings can contribute to a positive and motivating learning environment.

Greece, and Paros specifically, may offer unique resources for studying Ancient Greek, such as local museums and archaeological sites. These resources can provide a hands-on approach to learning and understanding the language in its historical context.

Studying on location may give you access to expert instructors with a deep understanding of Ancient Greek language and culture. Learning from professionals who are immersed in the local environment can enhance the quality of your education.

Our courses include:

In case attendance is greater than expected, further excursions and tour guides may be added. The original itinerary may have to be modified in response to unexpected weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances. A minimum attendance of three students is required for our cultural course to take place.

Το εκπαιδευτικό υλικό
Ένας πολιτιστικός περίπατος ή μια ξενάγηση σε ένα μουσείο
Το δείπνο καλωσορίσματος και αποχαιρετισμού
Προβολή ελληνικής ταινίας ή διάλεξη με θέμα σχετικό με τον ελληνικό πολιτισμό
Ένα μάθημα χορού ή ένα μάθημα μαγειρικής ή εργαστήρι ελληνικής μουσικής
Πιστοποιητικό παρακολούθησης

Where do lessons take place?

Classes are held at ARKAS INN HOTEL, in the area of Logaras.

(Map location: https://goo.gl/maps/f9FoGi4NJCpYhku38)

Where will I stay?

Alexandria Institute can arrange for its students to stay at ARKAS INN HOTEL.

This traditional Cycladic accommodation, ARKAS INN HOTEL is situated on the “golden” beach of Logaras. All rooms have sea views and are located 150 meters from the beaches of Logaras and Piso Livadi. The hotel is about 20 kilometers from the capital and port of Paros, Parikia.








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Contact us for availability and cost information.

How can I get to Paros?

By boat

You can either take the ferry from the port of Rafina, which is 45 minutes by car from Athens center, or you can take the ferry from the port of Piraeus, a 40 minute  subway ride from Athens center (subway line 1). The journey takes about four hours. During the summer months, due to high demand, we suggest you reserve the crossing.

To get to Rafina, you can take the buses connecting Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport with Rafina port. If you choose to take the boat from the port of Piraeus, you can get take the subway (subway line 3 from Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport) to Monastiraki station and change to subway line 1. Estimated travel time: 60 minutes.

From the port of Parikia, you can can either take a KTEL bus that connects the island’s capital with Logaras and Piso Livadi beach or you can reach Logaras and Arkas Inn Hotel by taxi (Estimated cost: 25 euros).

By plane

Paros airport is located to the southwest of Parikia (the island’s capital) at a distance of  nine kilometers, close to the village of Aliki and is connected by road to Parikia by regular KTEL buses and taxis. During the summer months there are  four flights per day to and from Athens however we recommend that you book your ticket well in advance.


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