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Ferry Paros Antiparos

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Ferry Paros Antiparos

Many are wondering: Should we visit Antiparos during our vacation in Paros? So let's get things straight:

If you're staying in Paros for more than three days, then take a ferry Paros Antiparos to a trip to Antiparos, the island across from it, is highly recommended.

Getting ferry Paros Antiparos: First of all, it's important to know that it's very easy to get to Antiparos. The ferry experience is not complicated at all, it's enjoyable and takes about 10 minutes. As soon as you board the ferry, you'll be preparing to disembark. More details to follow.

A trip to Antiparos is unique in its own way, you enter a different state of existence, a more tranquil one. It has enchanting beaches, warm sunsets that warm the heart, and turquoise waters in never-ending shades. It offers special tourist attractions, it's not crowded with tourists but it's overflowing with the beautiful Greek vibe.

It's so much fun to feel like a Greek and experience the crossing between islands, for them, it's part of their daily life. Taking the ferry for them is like taking a bus for us.

Day trip cruise to Antiparos

1. Checking arrival and return times of the ferries - click here

2. Arrive at Ponta port from where you take the ferry - location

3. It is highly recommended to take the car with you to Antiparos so that you can travel easily and at your own pace.

4. You can purchase a written trip to Antiparos

Hotel in Antiparos

Trip to Antiparos

Want to travel alone and at your own pace? We have prepared for you a detailed and written itinerary of the trip to Antiparos. Step by step and with precise locations on Google Maps, the plan is written in a clear, organized, and easy-to-follow way.

Price: 25 euros.

Click on the PayPal button to make the payment, and we will send you an email with the perfect travel plan for Antiparos.

The trip starts in Punda. You will take a ferry to the island of Antiparos, a favorite of Hollywood celebrities with the deepest sea cave in Europe. You can swim on a magical beach. Enjoy a special local meal in a taverna and experience the atmosphere of a small island in the Mediterranean.

the Sanctuary of Apollo on Despotiko island

Private Cruise with a luxury speedboat

Embark on a private speedboat trip from Paros to Antiparos and Despotiko islands, immersing yourself in the beauty of the Aegean Sea. Swim in turquoise waters, relax in picturesque spots, and explore hidden caves accessible only by boat. Enjoy snacks, drinks, and the option to dine at a local restaurant. This 7-hour journey offers a perfect blend of relaxation, sightseeing, and unforgettable memories.

Starting point: Aliki

Starting time: 10:30 AM.     4 to 7 hours approx.

Boat type: Luxury speedboat - Avant 705

Number of passengers:  Maximum of 6 travelers

Itinerary: The experienced skippers will guide you to many fantastic places around Paros, or even further to the nearby islands, like Mykonos, Koufonisia, Milos, etc. The daily trip can be fully customized according to your needs!


  • Use of Snorkeling equipment

  • Snacks

  • Soda/Pop

  • Bottled water

Day cruises to Antiparos

The experience you will never forget

The cave of Antiparos

Antiparos, a charming island in the Cyclades, Greece, is home to a renowned attraction known as the Cave of Antiparos. This natural wonder is a sight to behold, with its impressive collection of stalactites and stalagmites that take on various fascinating shapes. Nestled in the southeastern part of the island, the cave carries a rich historical significance. It served as a refuge in ancient times and later became a place of worship, as evidenced by archaeological findings from the Geometric and Classical Eras. Even Macedonian generals sought shelter within its depths after their conspiracy against Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC.

The exploration of the cave's interior took place in the 15th century AD. A notable event occurred in 1673 when the French ambassador Marquis de Nouadel conducted a Christmas Mass atop a stalagmite resembling an altar. This stalagmite came to be known as the Holy Table, and an inscription was placed beneath it to commemorate the momentous occasion.

One of the cave's remarkable features is the oldest stalagmite in Europe, estimated to be approximately 45 million years old. This ancient formation greets visitors at the entrance, signaling the awe-inspiring journey that lies ahead. With a depth of around 100 meters, the heart of the cave can be reached by ascending 411 steps. The stalactites and stalagmites throughout the cave create a breathtaking spectacle, showcasing unique and stunning shapes of all sizes. As you approach the entrance, you'll also encounter the white chapel of Agios Ioannis Spiliotis, a beautiful structure constructed in the 18th century.

Visiting the Cave of Antiparos offers a mesmerizing exploration of nature's wonders and an opportunity to immerse yourself in the island's rich history. Prepare to be captivated by the awe-inspiring formations and the enchanting ambiance that surrounds this remarkable destination.

      The Antiparos Cave is open daily from 10:00 to 16:00. Last entrance 15:30.


  • Antiparos Cave is open for visits until October 2023, from 10:00 to 16:00 daily.                                                                               

  • Admission ticket costs 6.00 euros and includes access to the Folklore Museum. Children aged 6 to 12 receive a 50% discount (3.00 euros), while children under 6 enter for free.                                                                                                                                                

  • The ticket also allows entry to the Historical and Folklore Museum of Antiparos.                                                                                               

  • Prepare for a 411-step descent into the cave and wear comfortable shoes. Bring a bottle of water, as there are no shops nearby.                                                                                                                                                                                                     

  • People with respiratory or heart problems are not allowed to enter due to high humidity.                                                                        

  • Audio tours are available in Greek and English, and free printed leaflets with cave information are provided in seven languages.          

  • Access the cave by bus, car, motorcycle, bicycle, or take a scenic walk from Antiparos port (approximately 1.5 hours).


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