and Paros are divided by
a narrow channel. The island is notable for
its golden, sandy beaches
and for its authentic natural beauty.
The capital, Antiparos or Kastro,
stands around the original nucleus of the
medieval castle. Among the principal attractions
of Antiparos is the famous cave of
stalactites on Agios Ioanis
There is a chapel to
St John of the Cave (Agios
Ioanis Spiliotis) at the mouth of the cavern.
Antiparos has a number of beaches
with golden sand and blue-green water.Every
year, more and more visitors come to Antiparos,
and as a result the hotels and limited number
of rooms to rent have difficulty in meeting
demand at peak periods. All around Antiparos
are scores of tiny islands,
like guards posted out at sea, inhabited only
by wild rabbits and pigeons.
and Sailing. You can rent surfboard on the
are a lot of bars, pubs and disc's.
By boat, during summer from Parikia
every hour (duration:45') and from Pounta every 30'