Bolt from the blue
Those who think running away is never the answer need only look at Truman Capote’s stay on Paros as proof of productivity. The author arrived on this cyan-encircled Cycladic isle in 1958 to escape New York society, the ink having just dried on Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and returned the following year to begin his magnum opus, In Cold Blood. Had a reprieve like the Acron Villas Sky Three-Bedroom Deluxe Villa been around, he might well have stayed even longer. This pool-toting, sea-spying villa on the north coast near Kolympithres beach is the exactly the kind of place that Capote came looking for – a serene spot to steal away and indulge in the ‘sun, sea and serenity’ he found so precious about Paros. There are terraces to pen your next novel, minimal Greek interiors to give you space to think and the town of Naoussa if you’re in need of creative (and culinary) restitution. While we can’t promise literary greatness, we can provide a place to plot it.
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