Feel free to visit the ruins of the Venetian Castle, the magnificent cave on Agios Ioannis Hill, Agia Paraskevi church on the hill offering exquisite panoramic view and the various chapels scattered around the island, the antiquities on Despotiko Isle and the sea caverns.
The cave of Antiparos is located on Ayios Ioannis Hill, and it is famous for its marvellous stalagmite and stalactite formations; here, you will find the oldest stalagmite in Europe! According to an ancient inscription, one of the cave’s visitors was Archilochos the Parian, a great lyric poet of the antiquity.
The cave is 90 m. deep, 50 m. wide and 40 m. high, and consists of three chambers. The chapel of Ai Giannis Spiliotis welcomes the visitor at the cave’s entrance.
If you are an outdoor sport lover, Antiparos is just right for you. Especially if you like kitesurfing, you just want to ride the waves in Pounda beach, between Antiparos and Paros, a world famous spot for kitesurf lovers.
In addition there are are other activities like scuba diving, kayaking, hiking, trekking and cycling.