Antiparos (Greek: Αντίπαρος; Ancient Greek: Ὠλίαρος Oliaros) is a small island in the southern Aegean, at the heart of the Cyclades, which is less than one nautical mile (1.9 km) from Paros, the port to which it is connected with a local ferry. Saliagos island is the most ancient settlement in the Cyclades, and Despotiko, an uninhabited island in the southwest of Antiparos, is a place of great archaeological importance.
Restaurants in Antiparos
4 based on 372 reviews
It was a hot day but the temperature dropped the further we went down. The internals were from another world - quite stunning. 400 steps down and then up - not for the faint hearted !! But my 2 1/2 year old niece managed it beautifully ! We also carried up/down our 6 moth old grandson for good measure !
One thing to be careful of - the vertical upright welded to the tubular hand rail was very sharp - caution needed. Proper shoes best - parts are slippery. Nonetheless - a great experience.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
This beach would still be amazing and worth the rocky road hike if it weren't so crowded! We could barely find a place to lay down our towels! It's still a "secluded cove" with beautiful white sand and crystal waters and little to no wind. However, everybody and their brother knows about this beach and it's like taking a hot yoga class in New York City with someone's foot in your face!
There are less crowded Beaches I'm Antiparos that you don't have to drive five miles down a rocky road and almost bust your tires.
4 based on 119 reviews
We were there when the Cycladian wind blew hard. The waves were big and fun. There was a fairly cheap and good restaurant (Paradise), loads of expensive sunbeds and a really expensive cocktail bar. There is a reef ten meters out, but I guess it is fully visible when the water is still. Great place.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
A great beach in just walking distance from the main city of Antiparos. It is situated in an area of small sandy bays that offer privacy and a relaxing atmosphere.
4 based on 85 reviews
I LOVED this beach, Super cool beach-club, crystal clear waters, and small pebbles that glisten like gem-stones. The water gets deep quickly, but our 6 and 8 year old daughters found it ok to swim because of the gorgeous buoyancy of the Aegean water.
4 based on 15 reviews
You will find everyone here.Early in the morning families are comin' in,but after 3 o'clock all the party animals gather.The sea is calm and blue,you will find big trees to slleep in the shade and also nice smooth sand to play.
4 based on 16 reviews
If you are in Antiparos you should go to this small beach with an excellent cuisine offered at the restaurant overlooking the sea (Apantima Beach House Restaurant) or at the bar known as Nixon on the beach. A the bar you can eat the same menu of the restaurant but you don't need to make a reservation (in high season is quiet difficult to book a table) and you will eat a greek fish cuisine of one of the best greek chefs. You won't imagine to have this cuisine on this small beach. It's amazing! If you are with children taste the Tuna Sandwich...something special! Nice music with in-house dj (mostly jazz) and well prepared drinks. Remember that you will spend a bit more than other local restaurant but your culinary experience will leave you something to come back again.
5 based on 5 reviews
This is a 1 man show, an astronomer Stefanos, with 30 years experience and amazing knowledge & telescopic equipment.
This is really worth a visit after a great meal in a local taverna. A few minutes walk and you can be looking through powerful telescopes and the moon and given interesting information on the stars and planets etc. Tommy & penny
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