Antiparos island was featured in the US edition of Huffington Post in an article called “The Best of the Greek Islands: Antiparos“.
Gabi wrote about the beaches of Antiparos, Despotiko island, Antiparos cave and of course the local food.
Here are couple of excerpts from the article:
This tiny, bright Greek island in he heart of the south Aegean, dotted with whitewashed cubic houses, light blue domes and cobble-stoned alleys might seem very similar to any other Cycladic island, normally more crowded and popular. However, a exclusive, secluded atmosphere and the wild landscape provide a touch of uniqueness that make locals feel proud of their land. Antiparos is not your usual Greek island and this has nothing but clear advantages for everyone.
The island will take you back in time with that Greek village atmosphere of the early Sixties. The main and only town of Antiparos, also called Antiparos (or chora) is a dollhouse-sized village, with beautiful Cycladic houses, plenty of colorful bougainvillea.
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