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Luxury Villas in Antiparos

With its charming port, white-washed houses and picturesque pedestrian streets, Antiparos is the kind of Greek island that people dream of. It is ideal for laid-back sunshine, gorgeous beaches and relaxing vibes. Initially a darling of an international artistic avant-garde and recently a favorite of the VIPs, who have found here the ideal seaside hideaway, it is less than one nautical mile away from famous Paros, but has its own distinct flavor.

Antiparos is a small island that forms part of the Cyclades in the Aegean Sea. Although petite in size, its slightly elongated shape offers nearly 60km of coastline, meaning there are lots of beaches to be discovered. The island has become a popular destination in recent years amongst those seeking unspoiled, simple and beautiful holiday spots. Named OIiaros in the ancient times, the island has a typical Cycladic landscape with whitewashed small churches, traditional cottages, secluded bays with emerald waters and sandy beaches. The main village and port, also called Antiparos, is a traditional settlement with narrow alleyways, lovely squares and pretty white houses with bloomy courtyards. In the center of the village stands Kastro, the remains of the Venetian castle, constructed in 1440 to protect the habitants from the pirates. The town has plenty of traditional Greek tavernas and cafes along the seafront where you can while away the day people watching. Most of the town is pedestrian zoned with cobbled streets and plenty of small shops waiting to be discovered. In the main square of the village, a picturesque nightlife hub has evolved surrounded by sophisticated bars and traditional coffee shops. The island has also amazing beaches; on the east side, famous Soros beach is wide and seductive, with interesting snorkeling sights, while Small Soros is less crowded. On the southern side, the bay of Agios Georgios has turquoise waters and from there you can do a kayak trip to the sea caves and islet of Despotiko. Lastly, don't miss Agios Sostis and Faneromeni, two beaches of mesmeric beauty. Time away from the beaches can be spent wandering through the town or exploring some of the more cultural aspects, such as the stalactite cave for which the island is well known. The island does not offer water-sports activities, however the nearby island of Paros is the paradise of water-sports. On Paros, one can find a wide range of activities including waterskiing, snorkeling

Geographical location


How to get there

  • Well, first you need to get to Paros, and then either get the bus or a taxi to Pounta port, to take the ferry across (a 10-minute ride with continuous service during summer up until the small hours) or get a caique from Paroikia harbour (regular departures in summer, the trip takes around 30 minutes).
  • To get to Paros:
  • By sea: There are regular ferry services from the port of Piraeus, and in summer from Rafina too. The journey takes between 4 and 5 hours with a regular ferry, and around 3 hours with a high-speed. There are also regular connections from Paros to Naxos and other neighbouring islands.
  • By air: There are direct flights from Athens International Airport to Paros, with a flight time of approximately 30 minutes.

What we love the most

Antiparos used to be the getaway for many unconventional artists, journalists and other eccentric personalities of an Athenian and international Avantgarde back in the 80s'; over the years, it has progressed to this really cool and easy-going place it is today!