The small gem of the Cyclades is one of the few places in the Mediterranean that can still offer what people call ‘’an authentic Greek experience’’.
Antiparos, a tiny satellite island of Paros, only 10 minutes
away from Punta harbor, is the hot spot and the favorite place for the elite, movie stars, art lovers and trendsetters.
Easily connected with ferry boats that run all day and almost all night long, Antiparos is the ideal island for relaxation and connection with the beautiful wild nature.
The capital of Antiparos is the Chora, which is also the only village on this island.
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Antiparos is known for its startling sandy beaches and turquoise waters, some of which are “hidden’’, hence more mysterious.Enchanting and imposing, the Antiparos Cave is one of the most impressive sights of the island cave. Going down its 411 steps you will feel awe at the sculptures of nature: stalactites that look like waterfalls, and stalagmites that resemble statues.
Southwest of Antiparos we find the small uninhabited island of Despotiko. Rocky, with pristine small and large beaches, it is very popular due to the archaic sanctuary of Apollo and Artemis.
With whitewashed houses, cobblestone streets and Aegean-blue doors framed by beautiful trees, and elegant restaurants and cafes, Antiparos creates a marvelous day and night setting without losing its traditional -almost familial- character.
The only thing that could ever stop someone from visiting Antiparos is the fear that, after that, they would never want to leave it.