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Soros Beach, Antiparos

Situated on the south east side of Antiparos with views to Paros and Naxos is Soros beach, one of the most popular beaches of the island. Soros is a beautiful wide sandy beach with a few trees that provide shade when the sun gets stronger. The sand itself is thick and very pleasant to lie [...]

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Antiparos to Pounda new ferry boat timetable

High season has finally come upon us: more people and cars are flooding to Antiparos every day to enjoy its beaches, restaurants and laid-back atmosphere. This has been reflected in the ferry boat timetable: There are now ferry boats from Pounda to Antiparos and back, every 20′ in the morning to accomodate the increased flux of visitors, and [...]

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Cine Oliaros: Schedule from 14 to 17 July 2013

Cine Oliaros is the Antiparos open-air cinema that also doubles as a cultural centre. Apart from the daily scheduled films, there are often theatre plays, activities for kids and even archery every Wednesday afternoon! Keep an eye on this page for the programmed events. The atmosphere is very laid back, you can watch a film [...]

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Antiparos Summer Festival, July 2013 !!Sports!!

July 2013 Antiparos Summer Festival: sports activities 17th July is the day of Agia Marina and a number of cultural and sports activities take place in the 3-day festival that is organised every year to celebrate the occasion. The small island of Antiparos is filled with people who love sport, dancing and partying the Greek way. As far [...]

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Health in Antiparos

Antiparos doctors and pharmacy :timetables and phones. Although going on holiday should be carefree, small health emergencies can come up: A cold, a stomach upset, a sunburn, a bike accident… don’t worry: Antiparos has two permanent doctors, a dentist and an excellent pharmacy on the main street.   Doctors/Emergency The two GPs, dr. Sotiris Skourtis and [...]

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The Venetian Castle of Antiparos

The Castle of Antiparos was built at the start of the 1440s. This is the time at which the island came into the hands of Maria Somaripa, who married the nobleman Lorentano. Lorentano brought farmers to Antiparos at his own expense, and built the castle near the sea to protect them from the frequent pirate [...]

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How to get to: Antiparos

It’s easy to get to Antiparos and unless you come with your own boat, follow the instructions:   To arive in Antiparos, you have first to arive to Paros.   From an island to Antiparos From any island, check for boats to Paros (There are direct lines from Crete, Naxos, Santorini, Ios and from many [...]

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