Antiparos Wedding

We were so lucky that you as the ‘catcher’ of the moments of our wedding on Antiparos. You brought such a positive and loving aura yourself. I couldn’t stop crying because I was so touched how beautifully you caught all the moments.
 You are just amazing!!!! Wow!!!! Very thankful ✨
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— Sofie & Eric

Antiparos

is the perfect destination for your wedding, baptism, birthday, anniversary, or any other event. A wedding on this amazing island is something you and your guests will never forget. Being a Greek wedding photographer means that I have captured weddings all over the Greek islands and must admit that Antiparos is on the list with my most favorite ones!

The islet of Antíparos, lying southwest of Paros, is ideal for a relaxed and serene holiday and can easily be reached from Poúnda or Parikía by boat. The ancient name of Antíparos was Oliaros. A major Neolithic settlement has been unearthed at the neighboring islet of Saliagos and it is considered to be the oldest in Cyclades.

Hóra (Town) of Antíparos has been built around a 15th century Venetian castle. The stone-paved streets, the whitewashed alleys, the houses decorated with thriving pink and purple bougainvilleas, and the central square with its shadowy eucalyptus trees create an enchanting atmosphere.

The cave of Antíparos

is located on Ayios Ioánnis Hill, and it is famous for its marvelous 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 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.

Enjoy the sunshine on beaches along the island’s beautiful coastline. Practice activities such as diving or canoe kayaking on Ayios Georgios beach! West of Antíparos there are three uninhabited islets that once used to be significant cultural centers of the Cycladic civilization: Despotiko, Tsimintiri (between Antíparos and Despotiko) and Strongylo (west of Despotiko).

Excavations keep revealing important ancient treasures, which are now exhibited at the Archaeological Museum of Paros. The islets can be accessed by small tourist boats departing from Ayios Georgios.”

by Visit Greece – Antiparos

 

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