Antiparos is a small inhabited island in the southern Aegean, at the heart of the Cyclades, less than 2km from Paros, a bigger island next to it. It has an area of 35 sq km and about 1000 permanent residents and the main settlement is located on the northeastern end. The island is mostly flat, with the highest elevation being just 308m. Antiparos has been settled since the Neolithic period.

01 Agia Marina greek orthodox church 02 Agia Marina greek orthodox church 03 Agia Marina greek orthodox church 04 Fishing boats in the harbour 05 Fishing boats in the harbour
06 Fishing boats in the harbour 07 Fishing boats in the harbour 08 Fishing boats in the harbour 09 Kastro village 10 Kastro village
11 Kastro village 12 Kastro village 13 White chairs 14 Kastro village 15 Kastro village 16 Fishing boat
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