Antiparos has some of the most impressive beaches in Greece. With a coastline of 57 km, Antiparos, on one side is bathed in calm crystal clear waters with stunning beaches, while the other side, has caves built by the open sea.

With activities and water sports, with tempting cuisine that leaves no one indifferent and waters that create memories, Antiparos’ beaches will win your heart.

Some of Antiparos’ beaches that we suggest are Psaralyki, Soros, Glyfa, Livadia, and the coast of Agios Georgios.

The ways to get from Paros to Antiparos are by your means of transport and regular buses from Parikia (the KTEL  located at the port) that take you to the port of Pounta (on the road to Aliki – Pounta). There you can take the ferry boat, which is 7 to 10 minutes, arrives in Antiparos. With the ferry boat, you can cross the island with your vehicle.

From the Port of Parikia, boats also leave for Antiparos, and the duration of the sea route is 30 minutes while the boat does not carry vehicles.

But a fascinating way to get to know Antiparos’ beaches with the beautiful waters is a daily sea excursion from Paros to Antiparos.

Booking a daily cruise from Paros to Antiparos, you will pass through the Cycladic traditional settlement of Ai Giorgis, a bay sheltered by deep blue, golden beaches that is worth being there just before sunset.

You will visit the Despotiko, and you will see up close a unique intact archaic sanctuary, which operated from the 7th century BC until the Roman years. Despotiko is today an uninhabited complex of islands and located southwest of Antiparos. The islands of Tsimintiri and Stroggylo also belong to the same complex. With a daily cruise in Antiparos, you will be immersed in the sea’s incredible beauty and beautiful landscapes such as Panteronisi. There is a different cave, as it is a submarine a depth of more than 30 meters. The striking and colourful stalactites dazzle the visitor of the cave, who should be an experienced diver.

There are several beaches in Antiparos that are easily accessible and on foot from the country. However, there are many beaches of Antiparos located outside the country, and you need a car, motorcycle, bicycle, public bus or even better a boat.