You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Aghia Marina Church
The beautiful church that watches over the dock of the shuttle ferries connecting Paros to Antiparos from Pounta.
Aghios Spyridonas Beach (1)
Sandy beach with shallow water, lined with tamarisk trees. Ideal for kids, it is nicknamed "Baby Beach".
Aghios Spyridonas Beach (2)
To get an idea of the very gentle slope of this beautiful sandy beach, look out to sea: it is a beach made to bask and let the children paddle, not really to swim!
Aghios Spyridonas Beach (3)
Our 360° virtual stroll ends for the moment here, at the end of Aghios Spyridonas Beach... We hope that it makes you want to discover Antiparos with your own eyes!
Alley to Sifneiko (1)
This alley leads to Sifneiko Gyalos, the best place to watch the sunset. To get there, take the vaulted passage on the Plateia (main square).
Alley to Sifneiko (2)
We shall soon arrive at Sifneiko Beach. At this very beginning of season, Antiparos is still a little sleepy and many taverns are still closed...
Ferry Pier
The ferry shuttles departing from Pounta, on the west coast of Paros, land on this pier. The karavaki (small passenger boat) that leaves from the port of Parikia lands at the fishermen's jetty, in front of Main Street.
Fishermen Pier
The small pier of the fishing boats and boats that offer cruises around Antiparos and the desert island of Despotiko.
The ancient fortified heart of the village, with the remains of a tower surrounded by old houses and small churches, is one of the most picturesque places of Antiparos.
Main Street (1)
Here we are facing the main street of Antiparos, lively heart of the village. It runs west to the main square and to the ruins of the kastro.
Main Street (2)
The main street of the village of Antiparos, lined with restaurants, bars and shops, is always very lively... except at siesta time!
Main Street (3)
The shots of our 360° stroll were made in May, at the very beginning of the season, when Antiparos is still a little sleepy. Many shops are still closed...
Main Street (4)
We continue heading west, facing the sun that descends to the horizon in this beautiful late afternoon...
Main Street (5)
Do not expect such a quiet street in high season, especially in July and August! Antiparos is more and more trendy and attracts more and more visitors...
Main Street (6)
We are here about halfway between the fishermen's pier and the central square. From the seaside, the distance to the kastro is about 500 meters.
Main Street (7)
Each year, locals prepare the tourist season by doing various jobs, such as repainting the pavement of the street. Visit the Cyclades in spring and you'll see such slices of life...
Main Street (8)
We pass in front of the school yard and we shall soon arrive at the picturesque heart of the village, with its shaded main square and its mysterious kastro.
Main Street (9)
The Antiparos post office is on the main street, just before the main square and the kastro.
Path to Aghios Spyridonas (1)
At the end of the village seafront, take this passage to go to Aghios Spyridonas, a sandy and shady beach ideal for families with kids.
Path to Aghios Spyridonas (2)
The beach is not very far and the stroll goes along a few hotels and restaurants facing the village, before turning north a little further.
Path to Aghios Spyridonas (3)
The trail now turns north, revealing the beautiful beach of Aghios Spyridonas, which is especially suitable for young children because of its very gentle slope.
Path to Aghios Spyridonas (4)
We arrive at the very beginning of the beach of Aghios Spyridonas, which is nicknamed "Theologos Beach" on this small stretch of beach oriented north-south.
Plateia (Main Square)
The main street of Antiparos leads to the Plateia, the Main Square, next to the picturesque Kastro. To west, an archway leads to Sifneiko Beach.
Plateia Keros
On this small square is a pavilion that allows you to wait for the ferry in the shade. As a large head of a Cycladic idol stands there, we nicknamed it "Keros Square".
Road to Antiparos Homes
Entrance to the villas of Antiparos Homes, just above Sifneiko Beach.
Sea Front (1)
Our 360° stroll follows the seafront heading north, to reach the fishermen's and tour boats pier, facing the main street of the village.
Sea Front (2)
All along the waterfront, cafes and restaurants are welcoming you just across the road.
Sea Front (3)
We arrive at the small stretch of beach bordering the fishermen's and excursion boats jetty. A little further on the left, on the other side of the road, we see the start of the main street of the village.
Sea Front (4)
Here we are in front of the fishermen's and tour boats jetty, where land also the small boat that connects the port of Paros, Parikia, to Antiparos. On the other side of the road is the main street of the village.
Sea Front (5)
Our stroll continues along the waterfront heading north and goes past a small pier where fishermen lay their nets to dry.
Sea Front (6)
We arrive at the end of the waterfront. Further, we see a strip of sand running along a wall. This is where we will take the path to Aghios Spyridonas Beach.
Sifneiko Beach (1)
Nicknamed "Sunset Beach", this beautiful sandy beach is a few hundred meters from the village square. (Please note: the panoramas of our virtual stroll were shot in spring, before the cleaning of the beach.)
Sifneiko Beach (2)
Small walk on the beach, still deserted in mid-May. At this time of the year, the water is still relatively cold and all the beaches are still very quiet...
Sifneiko Beach (3)
At the end of the beach, we will join a small road and go up to show you beautiful villas, very quiet, that you can rent for your stay in Antiparos.
Sifneiko Gyalos
The "Coast of Sifnos", a small bay on the west coast of Antiparos. It is definitely a perfect (and famous) place to watch the sunset!
Trail to Psaralyki (1)
From the port, a path follows the coast to the south and reaches the first beach of Psaralyki, about 300 m further.
Trail to Psaralyki (2)
Our 360° virtual stroll ends for the moment here, halfway to the first beach of Psaralyki. We may extend it during our next visit to Antiparos!
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