The little island of Antiparos is located very close to Paros, friendly, yet still wild, far from the mass tourism present on numerous islands in the Cyclades.
Make the most of the tranquility of the Antiparos landscapes and the small size of the island to cross it on foot and discover its surprising cave.
I stayed two days on the tiny island of Antiparos. Indeed, it measures just 35 km² (12.5 km long by 5.5 km wide). On this relatively flat island, stuck to the island of Paros, you can find landscapes of olive trees, fig trees and vineyards, as well as a few herds of goats and fields of grains. You'll have understood that Antiparos has kept its agricultural side
. So it will be a very peaceful stopping point during your trip to Greece
. You'll also be able to discover the magnificent little wild islands which surround it. One of the unusual sights, not to be missed, is the "Spilio Agiou Ioannou" cave, with its numerous stalactites and stalagmites bearing engravings. One of them dates back to 24th December, 1673 and it had been inscribed during the midnight mass that year.