Antiparos is a small island in Cyclades with intense colorations from the Cycladic culture. It is located very near to the large island of Paros. Antiparos is one of the biggest tourist resorts. The island has been characterized as an historical place.
The Cycladic Culture dominates in the island, with monuments and symbols that testify to the past. The cavern in the center of the island is one of the most ancient and beautiful caverns of the world. The variety of the coast, where golden sand beaches give way to small remote bays with blue-green waters, offers magical moments.
The traditional food, the graphical alleys, the intense night life and the hospitality of the residents are elements composing the beauty of the island, offering ideal vacations.
Comprised of two consecutive beaches, Psaraliki I and Psaraliki II, Psaraliki beach is a family friendly sandy beach with shallow waters ideal for family breaks and water sports activities. Pedal boats, windsurfing, swimming, snorkelling and beach tennis are available as well as a number of picturesque taverns and music clubs.
Named after Sifnos Island that can be seen in a distance, this enchanting beach is a pure haven of tranquillity with crystal clear waters and golden sand. It is exposed to the summer winds so its waters can get pretty rough otherwise it is ideal for swimming and snorkelling adventures.
Set in a lovely cove fully protected from the summer winds, Apantima is a charming pebbly beach with crystal clear waters and a rocky sea bottom providing an atmosphere of serene calm in the most picturesque of settings. One of the islands best restaurants is situated right above the beach offering swimmers a great selection of local specialties and drinks to quench their thirst.
Soros beach is a popular long sandy beach organized with sunbeds and umbrellas with sapphire waters and trees offering natural shade to the bathers. It is not suggested for families with children since the water in many spots suddenly deepens and the seabed is abrupt, with some rocks found even near the shore.