Antiparos island is well known for its beautiful beaches, the famous stalactite cave and the archaelogical discoveries on Despotiko island. Numerous traditional taverns offer real Greek dishes, fresh sea fish and ouzo drink.
Daily,morning and afternoon, from Piraeus and Rafina port,normal or speedy boats, leaves to Paros isl port. Also,there are daily flights,from Athens to Paros airport.
From early morning to late in the night there is a small, car-passengers, ferry boat ,which leaves from Punta to Antiparos port friquently.(10 min travel)
Small passengers boat leaves from port of Paros to Antiparos port(25 min travel)
kASTRO,The town of Antiparos has been built around the Venetian castle.
Following the traditional road with numerous of shopes ,you will arrive at the square with the big Efkaliptus tree and the traditional cafe and restaurants.
There you will enjoy Greece dishes,fresh fish and Octopus. Antiparos is well known because its night life
The stalactite cave with its beautifull stalactites and stalagmaites located on St John hill. On the entrance the small chapel of St.Jhon is waiting for you. It is 8 km far from the main town of Antiparos and 3 km from St. Georgio village.
Despotiko island is the ancient Prepesinthos, where you can see archaeological discoveries of the temple of Apollona God and Estia Isthmia.
St. Giorgio, the most beautiful place on Antiparos, lies opposite Despotiko island.
The village is a traditional Cycladic settlement, in a sheltered cove, with clear blue sea and magical sunsets.
It makes a great base for exploring and touring. The excursion and dive school boats leave from here. Also departing from St. Giorgio are boats for Despotiko.
Despotiko, Prepesinthos is its ancient name. On Mandra place of Despotico isl located the temple of Apollo God and Estia Isthmia .
Today the island, with its unspoilt beaches, is uninhabited and visits are only possible by boat.
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(area code: 22840)