Antiparos is one of the 220 Cyclades islands. Peaceful and unspoilt, it boasts whitewashed hillsides and hidden swimming caves. It is known for its cobbled streets and the bougainvillea flowers that thrive across the island. Building is strictly regulated to preserve the character of Cycladic architecture, with its typical white houses with blue doors and windows.
Antiparos offers a wide range of serene, crystal clear water beaches, some of them organised with sunbeds and beach restaurants and others tucked away, for those who seek adventure and absolute relaxation. These are our top recommendations; more to follow...
Serene white sandy beach at the far end of the island, some say “a remote paradise”. Not organised, so make sure you bring beach essentials since you will want to spend your whole day here!
Long golden sandy beach. The sapphire shallow waters and beautiful green shade trees welcome you. A family run taverna, just a few steps away behind the beach, welcomes you for a delicious Greek meal.
Where to eat
Although Antiparos is one of the smallest islands in the Cyclades it offers a great variety of food, from traditional family run tavernas, like Pavlos Place in town or Pipinos offering fresh seafood in Agios Georgios bay, to upscale Greek cuisine restaurants like Kalokairi, our top pick for your dinner in town.
Whether you are a breakfast, brunch or ice cream fan, there are several cute cafes with delicious menus to start your day!
And for the night owls you can always enjoy late night drinks at the main square of the town.
A big list of recommendations awaits you.