Antiparos is a small rocky island inhabited by the South Aegean in the heart of the Cyclades with its capital and port of Antiparos. In the island of Saliagos is the most ancient settlement of the Cyclades, while the Despotiko, uninhabited island in the southwest of Antiparos, is a place of great archaeological importance. An island that combines island beauty with history and archaeological interest, nightlife with moments of relaxation and tranquility, lonely walks on routes of exceptional beauty, with water sports. The island is visited by thousands of tourists every year to admire one of the most beautiful caves in the world, the archaeological seasons, the magnificent view of every corner of the island, the beautiful beaches and the picturesque cobbled streets.
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Cave of Antiparos is one of the most beautiful and most important in the world
Cave of Antiparos is one of the most beautiful and most important in the world. This is because, besides a magnificent natural sight, it is connected with the history of the place and provokes great archaeological interest due to the findings of the…
Psaralyki beach in Antiparos is a sandy beach consisting of two beaches, which are known as Psaralyki 1st and Psaralyki 2nd. The two successive beaches have shallow waters and are ideal for swimming and water sports.