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Antiparos, this small, beautiful island of Cyclades, is located southwest of Paros just 1n.m. from her. The island’s ground is mostly lowland.
Antiparos has gained international fame due to its natural beauties, graphic settlements and the cave with the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. During the last years the island has evolved to a cosmopolitan summer resort. Celebrities – from all over the world – visit Antiparos and spend unforgettable holidays in its marvelous beaches.
Antiparos is the only settlement of the island. Locals also call it Kastro, due to its famous Venetian Castle in the region.
The settlement with the characteristic architecture of Cyclades islands, the narrow cobblestone paths, the graphic square and the remains of the venetian castle reminiscing of old times, are pictures familiar in almost every island of Cyclades.
But here in Antiparos the visitor can enjoy this beauty, the romantic strolls in the settlement and dream as he walks in the narrow paths of the settlement. And all that without being disturbed by the noisiness that other islands have.
Antiparos’ beaches are famous for their natural beauties and their clarity. Enjoy your swim in Psaraliki, the most famous beach in the island, Agio Georgi with crystal waters and Soro with a lacy shore. Very close to the settlement of Kasto are Sifneikos Gialos and Livadia.
Don’t miss touring around the island with the small boats. This way, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the “hidden” beaches in the island and visit islands Despotiko and Saliaga, which apart from archaeological and natural interest, have beautiful beaches.
Antiparos evolves rapidly to a dear summer resort for those seeking for some privacy. This, of course, does not mean that you will miss chances for entertainment. On the contrary, in the bars of Kastro you will have the time of your life. The local cuisine has a lot of specialties. In the taverns you will taste delicious traditional recipes. Accommodation in Antiparos’ islands satisfies all demands. They offer visitors all modern comforts, while the residents’ hospitality is exemplary.
Access in Antiparos is by ferryboat from the port of Parikias and from Pounda.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Antiparos island

Antiparos’ Cave is the most famous sightseeing in the island.
Huge stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to create, impress with their strange shapes. But apart from the natural interest, the cave’s history is equally important. The Cave is located in the southeast part of the island, on the hill of Agios Ioannis. In its entrance is the church dedicated to Saint Ioannis.
The existence of this cave was known since archaic times. Excavations brought into light findings from prehistoric, geometric and classic times. As most ancient visitor of the Cave is reported Archilohos, a famous lyric poet from Paros.

The village of Chora is the main town and port of Antiparos. It is obviously the most inhabited settlement. There is also a small marketplace where visitors can fulfil their needs, and go for a stroll around the local attractions. Chora also hosts one of the main sites of interest on the island, the Venetian castle, surrounded by a fortress, and hosts four old churches; Christos, Agios Antonios, Agios Ioannis and Agios Nikolaos.Among the tour facilities offered in the settlement of Chora, we find restaurants, bars, taverns and clubs.

The sandy beach of Glifa is on the southern area of Antiparos. It is at 6 km from the main town and close to other important locations that can be taken into account for planning strolls and excursions. The beautiful Glifa Beach is located in a rural setting, which gives it an unspoiled look offering nice views towards the island of Paros. In the close areas there are some creeks as well. The southern beaches also count on great trees that provide shade from the sun in the hours when it gets stronger.

Panagia Beach Antiparos: Panagia is one of the most picturesque beaches on Antiparos. It is great for swimming, and can be found at approximately 1 km to the south of the main village, after passing the two main beaches of Psaraliki. Among the best features of Panagia beach, we can mention its peaceful atmosphere, which is a good option for those who want to a change of ambience after the crowded Psaraliki I. In fact, Panagia gets almost deserted in the hours when the sun is getting even stronger.

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Η Αντίπαρος το μικρό, πανέμορφο νησάκι των Κυκλάδων, βρίσκεται νοτιοδυτικά της Πάρου και απέχει από αυτή μόλις ένα ναυτικό μίλι. Το έδαφος του νησιού είναι κυρίως πεδινό.
Η Αντίπαρος έχει αποκτήσει παγκόσμια φήμη χάρη στις φυσικές ομορφιές της, τη γραφικότητα του οικισμούς της και στο σπήλαιο με τους εντυπωσιακούς σταλακτίτες και σταλαγμίτες. Τα τελευταία χρόνια το νησί έχει εξελιχθεί σ’ ένα κοσμοπολίτικο θέρετρο. Πολλές διασημότητες – απ’ όλο τον κόσμο – επισκέπτονται την Αντίπαρο και περνούν στις υπέροχες ακρογιαλιές της αξέχαστες διακοπές.
Η Αντίπαρος είναι και ο μοναδικός οικισμός του νησιού. Οι ντόπιοι τον αποκαλούν και Κάστρο, λόγο του φημισμένου Ενετικού Κάστρου που βρίσκεται στη περιοχή.
Ο οικισμός με τη χαρακτηριστική κυκλαδίτικη αρχιτεκτονική του, τα στενά πλακόστρωτα δρομάκια, τη γραφική πλατεία και τα ερείπια του Ενετικού κάστρου να θυμίζουν πτυχές του παρελθόντος, αποτελούν εικόνες αναγνωρίσιμες σε κάθε σχεδόν Κυκλαδονήσι.
Όμως, εδώ, στην Αντίπαρο ο επισκέπτης μπορεί να απολαύσει αυτή την ομορφιά, να χαρεί τους ρομαντικούς περιπάτους στον οικισμό και να ονειροπολήσει περπατώντας αργά στα καλντερίμια του Κάστρου, χωρίς να ενοχλείτε από την πολυκοσμία και τη φασαρία που επικρατεί σε άλλα νησιά.
Οι παραλίες της, φημίζονται για τη φυσική ομορφιά τους και την καθαρότητά τους. Θα απολαύσετε το μπάνιο σας στη Ψαραλυκή, που είναι η δημοφιλέστερη πλαζ του νησιού, στον Αϊ Γιώργη με τα διάφανα νερά και στο Σωρό με τη δαντελένια ακρογιαλιά. Επίσης, πολύ κοντά στον οικισμού του Κάστρου βρίσκεται ο Σφνέικος Γιαλός και τα Λιβάδια.
Μην παραλείψετε να κάνετε το γύρο του νησιού με τα καραβάκια. Έτσι, θα έχετε την ευκαιρία να γνωρίσετε μερικές από τις ΄΄κρυφές΄΄ παραλίες του νησιού και να επισκεφθείτε τα νησάκια Δεσποτικό και Σάλιαγκα, τα οποία εκτός από αρχαιολογικό και φυσιολατρικό ενδιαφέρον, διαθέτουν και πανέμορφες παραλίες.
Η Αντίπαρος εξελίσσετε εξελίσσεται σε αγαπημένο παραθεριστικό θέρετρων όσων αναζητούν την ηρεμία. Αυτό βέβαια δε σημαίνει ότι θα σας λείψουν και οι ευκαιρίες για διασκέδαση, Αντιθέτως στα μπαράκια του Κάστρου θα περάσετε αξέχαστες βραδιές. Η ντόπια κουζίνα έχει να επιδείξει πολλές νοστιμιές. Στις ταβέρνες του νησιού θα δοκιμάσετε τις εξαιρετικές παραδοσιακές συνταγές. Η διανομή στα ξενοδοχεία της Αντιπάρου ικανοποιεί κάθε απαίτηση. Προσφέρει στους επισκέπτες όλες τις σύγχρονες ανέσεις, ενώ η φιλοξενία των κατοίκων είναι υποδειγματική.
Η πρόσβαση στην Αντίπαρο γίνεται με fery boat από το λιμάνι της Παροικιάς και από τη Πούντα.

Ανακαλύψτε με μια ματιά τα καλύτερα πράγματα που μπορείτε να δείτε και να κάνετε στην Αντίπαρο

Το σπήλαιο της Αντιπάρου είναι το πιο διάσημο αξιοθέατο στο νησί.
Τεράστια σταλακτίτες και σταλαγμίτες που χρειάστηκαν χιλιάδες χρόνια για να δημιουργήσουν, να εντυπωσιάσουν με τα περίεργα σχήματα τους. Αλλά εκτός από το φυσικό ενδιαφέρον, η ιστορία του σπηλαίου είναι εξίσου σημαντική. Το Σπήλαιο βρίσκεται στο νοτιοανατολικό τμήμα του νησιού, στο λόφο του Αγίου Ιωάννη. Στην είσοδό του βρίσκεται η εκκλησία αφιερωμένη στον Άγιο Ιωάννη.
Η ύπαρξη αυτής της σπηλιάς ήταν γνωστή από τους αρχαϊκούς χρόνους. Οι ανασκαφές έφεραν στο φως ευρήματα από προϊστορικούς, γεωμετρικούς και κλασικούς χρόνους. Όπως ο αρχαιότερος επισκέπτης του σπηλαίου αναφέρεται ο Αρχιλόχος, ένας διάσημος λυρικός ποιητής από την Πάρο.

Το χωριό Χώρα είναι η κύρια πόλη και το λιμάνι της Αντιπάρου. Είναι προφανώς ο πιο κατοικημένος οικισμός. Υπάρχει επίσης μια μικρή αγορά όπου οι επισκέπτες μπορούν να εκπληρώσουν τις ανάγκες τους, και να πάμε για μια βόλτα γύρω από τα τοπικά αξιοθέατα. Η Χώρα φιλοξενεί επίσης έναν από τους κύριους τόπους ενδιαφέροντος του νησιού, το βενετσιάνικο κάστρο, που περιβάλλεται από ένα φρούριο και φιλοξενεί τέσσερις παλιές εκκλησίες. Χρήστος, Άγιος Αντώνιος, Άγιος Ιωάννης και Άγιος Νικόλαος. Ανάμεσα στις τουριστικές εγκαταστάσεις που προσφέρονται στον οικισμό της Χώρας, υπάρχουν εστιατόρια, μπαρ, ταβέρνες και κλαμπ.

Η αμμώδης παραλία Γλύφα βρίσκεται στη νότια περιοχή της Αντιπάρου. Βρίσκεται σε απόσταση 6 χιλιομέτρων από την κεντρική πόλη και κοντά σε άλλες σημαντικές τοποθεσίες που μπορούν να ληφθούν υπόψη για τον προγραμματισμό περιπάτων και εκδρομών. Η πανέμορφη παραλία Γλύφα βρίσκεται σε μια αγροτική ατμόσφαιρα, που της δίνει μια παρθένα θέα που προσφέρει ωραία θέα προς την Πάρο. Στις κοντινές περιοχές υπάρχουν επίσης κολπίσκοι. Οι νότιες παραλίες βασίζονται επίσης σε μεγάλα δέντρα που παρέχουν σκιά από τον ήλιο στις ώρες που γίνεται ισχυρότερη.

Η Παναγία είναι μια από τις πιο γραφικές παραλίες της Αντιπάρου. Είναι ιδανικό για κολύμπι και βρίσκεται περίπου 1 χλμ. Νότια από το χωριό, αφού περάσει τις δύο κύριες παραλίες της Ψαραλικής. Μεταξύ των καλύτερων χαρακτηριστικών της παραλίας της Παναγίας, μπορούμε να αναφέρουμε την ήρεμη ατμόσφαιρά της, η οποία είναι μια καλή επιλογή για όσους θέλουν να αλλάξουν την ατμόσφαιρα μετά την πολυσύχναστη Ψαράλλη Ι. Στην πραγματικότητα, η Παναγιά σχεδόν εγκαταλείπεται στις ώρες που ο ήλιος γίνεται ακόμα πιο δυνατός.

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Antiparos, this small, beautiful island of Cyclades, is located southwest of Paros just 1n.m. from her. The island’s ground is mostly lowland.
Antiparos has gained international fame due to its natural beauties, graphic settlements and the cave with the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. During the last years the island has evolved to a cosmopolitan summer resort. Celebrities – from all over the world – visit Antiparos and spend unforgettable holidays in its marvelous beaches.
Antiparos is the only settlement of the island. Locals also call it Kastro, due to its famous Venetian Castle in the region.
The settlement with the characteristic architecture of Cyclades islands, the narrow cobblestone paths, the graphic square and the remains of the venetian castle reminiscing of old times, are pictures familiar in almost every island of Cyclades.
But here in Antiparos the visitor can enjoy this beauty, the romantic strolls in the settlement and dream as he walks in the narrow paths of the settlement. And all that without being disturbed by the noisiness that other islands have.
Antiparos’ beaches are famous for their natural beauties and their clarity. Enjoy your swim in Psaraliki, the most famous beach in the island, Agio Georgi with crystal waters and Soro with a lacy shore. Very close to the settlement of Kasto are Sifneikos Gialos and Livadia.
Don’t miss touring around the island with the small boats. This way, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the “hidden” beaches in the island and visit islands Despotiko and Saliaga, which apart from archaeological and natural interest, have beautiful beaches.
Antiparos evolves rapidly to a dear summer resort for those seeking for some privacy. This, of course, does not mean that you will miss chances for entertainment. On the contrary, in the bars of Kastro you will have the time of your life. The local cuisine has a lot of specialties. In the taverns you will taste delicious traditional recipes. Accommodation in Antiparos’ islands satisfies all demands. They offer visitors all modern comforts, while the residents’ hospitality is exemplary.
Access in Antiparos is by ferryboat from the port of Parikias and from Pounda.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Antiparos island

Antiparos’ Cave is the most famous sightseeing in the island.
Huge stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to create, impress with their strange shapes. But apart from the natural interest, the cave’s history is equally important. The Cave is located in the southeast part of the island, on the hill of Agios Ioannis. In its entrance is the church dedicated to Saint Ioannis.
The existence of this cave was known since archaic times. Excavations brought into light findings from prehistoric, geometric and classic times. As most ancient visitor of the Cave is reported Archilohos, a famous lyric poet from Paros.

The village of Chora is the main town and port of Antiparos. It is obviously the most inhabited settlement. There is also a small marketplace where visitors can fulfil their needs, and go for a stroll around the local attractions. Chora also hosts one of the main sites of interest on the island, the Venetian castle, surrounded by a fortress, and hosts four old churches; Christos, Agios Antonios, Agios Ioannis and Agios Nikolaos.Among the tour facilities offered in the settlement of Chora, we find restaurants, bars, taverns and clubs.

The sandy beach of Glifa is on the southern area of Antiparos. It is at 6 km from the main town and close to other important locations that can be taken into account for planning strolls and excursions. The beautiful Glifa Beach is located in a rural setting, which gives it an unspoiled look offering nice views towards the island of Paros. In the close areas there are some creeks as well. The southern beaches also count on great trees that provide shade from the sun in the hours when it gets stronger.

Panagia Beach Antiparos: Panagia is one of the most picturesque beaches on Antiparos. It is great for swimming, and can be found at approximately 1 km to the south of the main village, after passing the two main beaches of Psaraliki. Among the best features of Panagia beach, we can mention its peaceful atmosphere, which is a good option for those who want to a change of ambience after the crowded Psaraliki I. In fact, Panagia gets almost deserted in the hours when the sun is getting even stronger.

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Antiparos, this small, beautiful island of Cyclades, is located southwest of Paros just 1n.m. from her. The island’s ground is mostly lowland.
Antiparos has gained international fame due to its natural beauties, graphic settlements and the cave with the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. During the last years the island has evolved to a cosmopolitan summer resort. Celebrities – from all over the world – visit Antiparos and spend unforgettable holidays in its marvelous beaches.
Antiparos is the only settlement of the island. Locals also call it Kastro, due to its famous Venetian Castle in the region.
The settlement with the characteristic architecture of Cyclades islands, the narrow cobblestone paths, the graphic square and the remains of the venetian castle reminiscing of old times, are pictures familiar in almost every island of Cyclades.
But here in Antiparos the visitor can enjoy this beauty, the romantic strolls in the settlement and dream as he walks in the narrow paths of the settlement. And all that without being disturbed by the noisiness that other islands have.
Antiparos’ beaches are famous for their natural beauties and their clarity. Enjoy your swim in Psaraliki, the most famous beach in the island, Agio Georgi with crystal waters and Soro with a lacy shore. Very close to the settlement of Kasto are Sifneikos Gialos and Livadia.
Don’t miss touring around the island with the small boats. This way, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the “hidden” beaches in the island and visit islands Despotiko and Saliaga, which apart from archaeological and natural interest, have beautiful beaches.
Antiparos evolves rapidly to a dear summer resort for those seeking for some privacy. This, of course, does not mean that you will miss chances for entertainment. On the contrary, in the bars of Kastro you will have the time of your life. The local cuisine has a lot of specialties. In the taverns you will taste delicious traditional recipes. Accommodation in Antiparos’ islands satisfies all demands. They offer visitors all modern comforts, while the residents’ hospitality is exemplary.
Access in Antiparos is by ferryboat from the port of Parikias and from Pounda.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Antiparos island

Antiparos’ Cave is the most famous sightseeing in the island.
Huge stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to create, impress with their strange shapes. But apart from the natural interest, the cave’s history is equally important. The Cave is located in the southeast part of the island, on the hill of Agios Ioannis. In its entrance is the church dedicated to Saint Ioannis.
The existence of this cave was known since archaic times. Excavations brought into light findings from prehistoric, geometric and classic times. As most ancient visitor of the Cave is reported Archilohos, a famous lyric poet from Paros.

The village of Chora is the main town and port of Antiparos. It is obviously the most inhabited settlement. There is also a small marketplace where visitors can fulfil their needs, and go for a stroll around the local attractions. Chora also hosts one of the main sites of interest on the island, the Venetian castle, surrounded by a fortress, and hosts four old churches; Christos, Agios Antonios, Agios Ioannis and Agios Nikolaos.Among the tour facilities offered in the settlement of Chora, we find restaurants, bars, taverns and clubs.

The sandy beach of Glifa is on the southern area of Antiparos. It is at 6 km from the main town and close to other important locations that can be taken into account for planning strolls and excursions. The beautiful Glifa Beach is located in a rural setting, which gives it an unspoiled look offering nice views towards the island of Paros. In the close areas there are some creeks as well. The southern beaches also count on great trees that provide shade from the sun in the hours when it gets stronger.

Panagia Beach Antiparos: Panagia is one of the most picturesque beaches on Antiparos. It is great for swimming, and can be found at approximately 1 km to the south of the main village, after passing the two main beaches of Psaraliki. Among the best features of Panagia beach, we can mention its peaceful atmosphere, which is a good option for those who want to a change of ambience after the crowded Psaraliki I. In fact, Panagia gets almost deserted in the hours when the sun is getting even stronger.

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Antiparos, this small, beautiful island of Cyclades, is located southwest of Paros just 1n.m. from her. The island’s ground is mostly lowland.
Antiparos has gained international fame due to its natural beauties, graphic settlements and the cave with the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. During the last years the island has evolved to a cosmopolitan summer resort. Celebrities – from all over the world – visit Antiparos and spend unforgettable holidays in its marvelous beaches.
Antiparos is the only settlement of the island. Locals also call it Kastro, due to its famous Venetian Castle in the region.
The settlement with the characteristic architecture of Cyclades islands, the narrow cobblestone paths, the graphic square and the remains of the venetian castle reminiscing of old times, are pictures familiar in almost every island of Cyclades.
But here in Antiparos the visitor can enjoy this beauty, the romantic strolls in the settlement and dream as he walks in the narrow paths of the settlement. And all that without being disturbed by the noisiness that other islands have.
Antiparos’ beaches are famous for their natural beauties and their clarity. Enjoy your swim in Psaraliki, the most famous beach in the island, Agio Georgi with crystal waters and Soro with a lacy shore. Very close to the settlement of Kasto are Sifneikos Gialos and Livadia.
Don’t miss touring around the island with the small boats. This way, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the “hidden” beaches in the island and visit islands Despotiko and Saliaga, which apart from archaeological and natural interest, have beautiful beaches.
Antiparos evolves rapidly to a dear summer resort for those seeking for some privacy. This, of course, does not mean that you will miss chances for entertainment. On the contrary, in the bars of Kastro you will have the time of your life. The local cuisine has a lot of specialties. In the taverns you will taste delicious traditional recipes. Accommodation in Antiparos’ islands satisfies all demands. They offer visitors all modern comforts, while the residents’ hospitality is exemplary.
Access in Antiparos is by ferryboat from the port of Parikias and from Pounda.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Antiparos island

Antiparos’ Cave is the most famous sightseeing in the island.
Huge stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to create, impress with their strange shapes. But apart from the natural interest, the cave’s history is equally important. The Cave is located in the southeast part of the island, on the hill of Agios Ioannis. In its entrance is the church dedicated to Saint Ioannis.
The existence of this cave was known since archaic times. Excavations brought into light findings from prehistoric, geometric and classic times. As most ancient visitor of the Cave is reported Archilohos, a famous lyric poet from Paros.

The village of Chora is the main town and port of Antiparos. It is obviously the most inhabited settlement. There is also a small marketplace where visitors can fulfil their needs, and go for a stroll around the local attractions. Chora also hosts one of the main sites of interest on the island, the Venetian castle, surrounded by a fortress, and hosts four old churches; Christos, Agios Antonios, Agios Ioannis and Agios Nikolaos.Among the tour facilities offered in the settlement of Chora, we find restaurants, bars, taverns and clubs.

The sandy beach of Glifa is on the southern area of Antiparos. It is at 6 km from the main town and close to other important locations that can be taken into account for planning strolls and excursions. The beautiful Glifa Beach is located in a rural setting, which gives it an unspoiled look offering nice views towards the island of Paros. In the close areas there are some creeks as well. The southern beaches also count on great trees that provide shade from the sun in the hours when it gets stronger.

Panagia Beach Antiparos: Panagia is one of the most picturesque beaches on Antiparos. It is great for swimming, and can be found at approximately 1 km to the south of the main village, after passing the two main beaches of Psaraliki. Among the best features of Panagia beach, we can mention its peaceful atmosphere, which is a good option for those who want to a change of ambience after the crowded Psaraliki I. In fact, Panagia gets almost deserted in the hours when the sun is getting even stronger.

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Antiparos, this small, beautiful island of Cyclades, is located southwest of Paros just 1n.m. from her. The island’s ground is mostly lowland.
Antiparos has gained international fame due to its natural beauties, graphic settlements and the cave with the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. During the last years the island has evolved to a cosmopolitan summer resort. Celebrities – from all over the world – visit Antiparos and spend unforgettable holidays in its marvelous beaches.
Antiparos is the only settlement of the island. Locals also call it Kastro, due to its famous Venetian Castle in the region.
The settlement with the characteristic architecture of Cyclades islands, the narrow cobblestone paths, the graphic square and the remains of the venetian castle reminiscing of old times, are pictures familiar in almost every island of Cyclades.
But here in Antiparos the visitor can enjoy this beauty, the romantic strolls in the settlement and dream as he walks in the narrow paths of the settlement. And all that without being disturbed by the noisiness that other islands have.
Antiparos’ beaches are famous for their natural beauties and their clarity. Enjoy your swim in Psaraliki, the most famous beach in the island, Agio Georgi with crystal waters and Soro with a lacy shore. Very close to the settlement of Kasto are Sifneikos Gialos and Livadia.
Don’t miss touring around the island with the small boats. This way, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the “hidden” beaches in the island and visit islands Despotiko and Saliaga, which apart from archaeological and natural interest, have beautiful beaches.
Antiparos evolves rapidly to a dear summer resort for those seeking for some privacy. This, of course, does not mean that you will miss chances for entertainment. On the contrary, in the bars of Kastro you will have the time of your life. The local cuisine has a lot of specialties. In the taverns you will taste delicious traditional recipes. Accommodation in Antiparos’ islands satisfies all demands. They offer visitors all modern comforts, while the residents’ hospitality is exemplary.
Access in Antiparos is by ferryboat from the port of Parikias and from Pounda.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Antiparos island

Antiparos’ Cave is the most famous sightseeing in the island.
Huge stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to create, impress with their strange shapes. But apart from the natural interest, the cave’s history is equally important. The Cave is located in the southeast part of the island, on the hill of Agios Ioannis. In its entrance is the church dedicated to Saint Ioannis.
The existence of this cave was known since archaic times. Excavations brought into light findings from prehistoric, geometric and classic times. As most ancient visitor of the Cave is reported Archilohos, a famous lyric poet from Paros.

The village of Chora is the main town and port of Antiparos. It is obviously the most inhabited settlement. There is also a small marketplace where visitors can fulfil their needs, and go for a stroll around the local attractions. Chora also hosts one of the main sites of interest on the island, the Venetian castle, surrounded by a fortress, and hosts four old churches; Christos, Agios Antonios, Agios Ioannis and Agios Nikolaos.Among the tour facilities offered in the settlement of Chora, we find restaurants, bars, taverns and clubs.

The sandy beach of Glifa is on the southern area of Antiparos. It is at 6 km from the main town and close to other important locations that can be taken into account for planning strolls and excursions. The beautiful Glifa Beach is located in a rural setting, which gives it an unspoiled look offering nice views towards the island of Paros. In the close areas there are some creeks as well. The southern beaches also count on great trees that provide shade from the sun in the hours when it gets stronger.

Panagia Beach Antiparos: Panagia is one of the most picturesque beaches on Antiparos. It is great for swimming, and can be found at approximately 1 km to the south of the main village, after passing the two main beaches of Psaraliki. Among the best features of Panagia beach, we can mention its peaceful atmosphere, which is a good option for those who want to a change of ambience after the crowded Psaraliki I. In fact, Panagia gets almost deserted in the hours when the sun is getting even stronger.

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Antiparos, this small, beautiful island of Cyclades, is located southwest of Paros just 1n.m. from her. The island’s ground is mostly lowland.
Antiparos has gained international fame due to its natural beauties, graphic settlements and the cave with the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. During the last years the island has evolved to a cosmopolitan summer resort. Celebrities – from all over the world – visit Antiparos and spend unforgettable holidays in its marvelous beaches.
Antiparos is the only settlement of the island. Locals also call it Kastro, due to its famous Venetian Castle in the region.
The settlement with the characteristic architecture of Cyclades islands, the narrow cobblestone paths, the graphic square and the remains of the venetian castle reminiscing of old times, are pictures familiar in almost every island of Cyclades.
But here in Antiparos the visitor can enjoy this beauty, the romantic strolls in the settlement and dream as he walks in the narrow paths of the settlement. And all that without being disturbed by the noisiness that other islands have.
Antiparos’ beaches are famous for their natural beauties and their clarity. Enjoy your swim in Psaraliki, the most famous beach in the island, Agio Georgi with crystal waters and Soro with a lacy shore. Very close to the settlement of Kasto are Sifneikos Gialos and Livadia.
Don’t miss touring around the island with the small boats. This way, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the “hidden” beaches in the island and visit islands Despotiko and Saliaga, which apart from archaeological and natural interest, have beautiful beaches.
Antiparos evolves rapidly to a dear summer resort for those seeking for some privacy. This, of course, does not mean that you will miss chances for entertainment. On the contrary, in the bars of Kastro you will have the time of your life. The local cuisine has a lot of specialties. In the taverns you will taste delicious traditional recipes. Accommodation in Antiparos’ islands satisfies all demands. They offer visitors all modern comforts, while the residents’ hospitality is exemplary.
Access in Antiparos is by ferryboat from the port of Parikias and from Pounda.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Antiparos island

Antiparos’ Cave is the most famous sightseeing in the island.
Huge stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to create, impress with their strange shapes. But apart from the natural interest, the cave’s history is equally important. The Cave is located in the southeast part of the island, on the hill of Agios Ioannis. In its entrance is the church dedicated to Saint Ioannis.
The existence of this cave was known since archaic times. Excavations brought into light findings from prehistoric, geometric and classic times. As most ancient visitor of the Cave is reported Archilohos, a famous lyric poet from Paros.

The village of Chora is the main town and port of Antiparos. It is obviously the most inhabited settlement. There is also a small marketplace where visitors can fulfil their needs, and go for a stroll around the local attractions. Chora also hosts one of the main sites of interest on the island, the Venetian castle, surrounded by a fortress, and hosts four old churches; Christos, Agios Antonios, Agios Ioannis and Agios Nikolaos.Among the tour facilities offered in the settlement of Chora, we find restaurants, bars, taverns and clubs.

The sandy beach of Glifa is on the southern area of Antiparos. It is at 6 km from the main town and close to other important locations that can be taken into account for planning strolls and excursions. The beautiful Glifa Beach is located in a rural setting, which gives it an unspoiled look offering nice views towards the island of Paros. In the close areas there are some creeks as well. The southern beaches also count on great trees that provide shade from the sun in the hours when it gets stronger.

Panagia Beach Antiparos: Panagia is one of the most picturesque beaches on Antiparos. It is great for swimming, and can be found at approximately 1 km to the south of the main village, after passing the two main beaches of Psaraliki. Among the best features of Panagia beach, we can mention its peaceful atmosphere, which is a good option for those who want to a change of ambience after the crowded Psaraliki I. In fact, Panagia gets almost deserted in the hours when the sun is getting even stronger.

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Antiparos, this small, beautiful island of Cyclades, is located southwest of Paros just 1n.m. from her. The island’s ground is mostly lowland.
Antiparos has gained international fame due to its natural beauties, graphic settlements and the cave with the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. During the last years the island has evolved to a cosmopolitan summer resort. Celebrities – from all over the world – visit Antiparos and spend unforgettable holidays in its marvelous beaches.
Antiparos is the only settlement of the island. Locals also call it Kastro, due to its famous Venetian Castle in the region.
The settlement with the characteristic architecture of Cyclades islands, the narrow cobblestone paths, the graphic square and the remains of the venetian castle reminiscing of old times, are pictures familiar in almost every island of Cyclades.
But here in Antiparos the visitor can enjoy this beauty, the romantic strolls in the settlement and dream as he walks in the narrow paths of the settlement. And all that without being disturbed by the noisiness that other islands have.
Antiparos’ beaches are famous for their natural beauties and their clarity. Enjoy your swim in Psaraliki, the most famous beach in the island, Agio Georgi with crystal waters and Soro with a lacy shore. Very close to the settlement of Kasto are Sifneikos Gialos and Livadia.
Don’t miss touring around the island with the small boats. This way, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the “hidden” beaches in the island and visit islands Despotiko and Saliaga, which apart from archaeological and natural interest, have beautiful beaches.
Antiparos evolves rapidly to a dear summer resort for those seeking for some privacy. This, of course, does not mean that you will miss chances for entertainment. On the contrary, in the bars of Kastro you will have the time of your life. The local cuisine has a lot of specialties. In the taverns you will taste delicious traditional recipes. Accommodation in Antiparos’ islands satisfies all demands. They offer visitors all modern comforts, while the residents’ hospitality is exemplary.
Access in Antiparos is by ferryboat from the port of Parikias and from Pounda.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Antiparos island

Antiparos’ Cave is the most famous sightseeing in the island.
Huge stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to create, impress with their strange shapes. But apart from the natural interest, the cave’s history is equally important. The Cave is located in the southeast part of the island, on the hill of Agios Ioannis. In its entrance is the church dedicated to Saint Ioannis.
The existence of this cave was known since archaic times. Excavations brought into light findings from prehistoric, geometric and classic times. As most ancient visitor of the Cave is reported Archilohos, a famous lyric poet from Paros.

The village of Chora is the main town and port of Antiparos. It is obviously the most inhabited settlement. There is also a small marketplace where visitors can fulfil their needs, and go for a stroll around the local attractions. Chora also hosts one of the main sites of interest on the island, the Venetian castle, surrounded by a fortress, and hosts four old churches; Christos, Agios Antonios, Agios Ioannis and Agios Nikolaos.Among the tour facilities offered in the settlement of Chora, we find restaurants, bars, taverns and clubs.

The sandy beach of Glifa is on the southern area of Antiparos. It is at 6 km from the main town and close to other important locations that can be taken into account for planning strolls and excursions. The beautiful Glifa Beach is located in a rural setting, which gives it an unspoiled look offering nice views towards the island of Paros. In the close areas there are some creeks as well. The southern beaches also count on great trees that provide shade from the sun in the hours when it gets stronger.

Panagia Beach Antiparos: Panagia is one of the most picturesque beaches on Antiparos. It is great for swimming, and can be found at approximately 1 km to the south of the main village, after passing the two main beaches of Psaraliki. Among the best features of Panagia beach, we can mention its peaceful atmosphere, which is a good option for those who want to a change of ambience after the crowded Psaraliki I. In fact, Panagia gets almost deserted in the hours when the sun is getting even stronger.

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Antiparos, this small, beautiful island of Cyclades, is located southwest of Paros just 1n.m. from her. The island’s ground is mostly lowland.
Antiparos has gained international fame due to its natural beauties, graphic settlements and the cave with the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. During the last years the island has evolved to a cosmopolitan summer resort. Celebrities – from all over the world – visit Antiparos and spend unforgettable holidays in its marvelous beaches.
Antiparos is the only settlement of the island. Locals also call it Kastro, due to its famous Venetian Castle in the region.
The settlement with the characteristic architecture of Cyclades islands, the narrow cobblestone paths, the graphic square and the remains of the venetian castle reminiscing of old times, are pictures familiar in almost every island of Cyclades.
But here in Antiparos the visitor can enjoy this beauty, the romantic strolls in the settlement and dream as he walks in the narrow paths of the settlement. And all that without being disturbed by the noisiness that other islands have.
Antiparos’ beaches are famous for their natural beauties and their clarity. Enjoy your swim in Psaraliki, the most famous beach in the island, Agio Georgi with crystal waters and Soro with a lacy shore. Very close to the settlement of Kasto are Sifneikos Gialos and Livadia.
Don’t miss touring around the island with the small boats. This way, you will have the opportunity to meet some of the “hidden” beaches in the island and visit islands Despotiko and Saliaga, which apart from archaeological and natural interest, have beautiful beaches.
Antiparos evolves rapidly to a dear summer resort for those seeking for some privacy. This, of course, does not mean that you will miss chances for entertainment. On the contrary, in the bars of Kastro you will have the time of your life. The local cuisine has a lot of specialties. In the taverns you will taste delicious traditional recipes. Accommodation in Antiparos’ islands satisfies all demands. They offer visitors all modern comforts, while the residents’ hospitality is exemplary.
Access in Antiparos is by ferryboat from the port of Parikias and from Pounda.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Antiparos island

Antiparos’ Cave is the most famous sightseeing in the island.
Huge stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to create, impress with their strange shapes. But apart from the natural interest, the cave’s history is equally important. The Cave is located in the southeast part of the island, on the hill of Agios Ioannis. In its entrance is the church dedicated to Saint Ioannis.
The existence of this cave was known since archaic times. Excavations brought into light findings from prehistoric, geometric and classic times. As most ancient visitor of the Cave is reported Archilohos, a famous lyric poet from Paros.

The village of Chora is the main town and port of Antiparos. It is obviously the most inhabited settlement. There is also a small marketplace where visitors can fulfil their needs, and go for a stroll around the local attractions. Chora also hosts one of the main sites of interest on the island, the Venetian castle, surrounded by a fortress, and hosts four old churches; Christos, Agios Antonios, Agios Ioannis and Agios Nikolaos.Among the tour facilities offered in the settlement of Chora, we find restaurants, bars, taverns and clubs.

The sandy beach of Glifa is on the southern area of Antiparos. It is at 6 km from the main town and close to other important locations that can be taken into account for planning strolls and excursions. The beautiful Glifa Beach is located in a rural setting, which gives it an unspoiled look offering nice views towards the island of Paros. In the close areas there are some creeks as well. The southern beaches also count on great trees that provide shade from the sun in the hours when it gets stronger.

Panagia Beach Antiparos: Panagia is one of the most picturesque beaches on Antiparos. It is great for swimming, and can be found at approximately 1 km to the south of the main village, after passing the two main beaches of Psaraliki. Among the best features of Panagia beach, we can mention its peaceful atmosphere, which is a good option for those who want to a change of ambience after the crowded Psaraliki I. In fact, Panagia gets almost deserted in the hours when the sun is getting even stronger.

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