Villa Martineli Paros: Antiparos & Despotiko Islands Finest Beaches

Antiparos has transformed from an unnoticed island in the Aegean to a hotspot for the Hollywood elite. It has become a popular tourist destination without losing its allure, and that is in large part due to the diversity and beauty of its beaches.

Antiparos’s beaches cater to a wide range of desires, including those seeking nudist-friendly areas, water sports, and service. It is no surprise that the island has become a popular resort for the rich and famous, given the attention its natural attractions have garnered over the years.

1 Camping Beach

The iconic “camping beach,” is a hotspot for free-spirited tourists and nudists. It’s a great spot, close to the harbor and the center of Antiparos village. The beach’s shallow, clear waters are ideal for swimming and lounging, and the tents that give shade in the heat of summer create a pleasant, social location to do so.
In sum, Camping Beach is an attractive and welcoming destination that has attracted a wide range of people throughout its history.
The beach is famous with nudists and bathing suit enthusiasts alike because it is located across from a little islet that can be reached in a short swim. Due to its spectacular westward orientation, it is an ideal place to watch the sunset.

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2 Soros Beach

If you’re searching for a great place to spend the day at the beach, look no further than Soros beach. The beach is perfect for swimming and sunbathing thanks to its expansive sands and calm seas. The beach bar with umbrellas and sunbeds is handy for grabbing a drink or snack, and the tamarisk trees provide a natural shade, though you’ll need a bit of luck to find a position in the shade because there aren’t that many of them.
After soaking in the rays for a while, you can cool off with a drink at one of the beachside tavernas. Additionally, a more private and tranquil area may be found just before the harbor of Mikros Soros. Don’t forget to bring your snorkeling gear so you can explore the sea floor and its inhabitants. Soros beach is a popular destination due to its beauty and convenience for those traveling by automobile or public transportation.

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3 Psaraliki Beach

Families with young children are encouraged to visit Psaraliki Beach. Because of the lack of waves and the shelter from the wind, this area is perfect for children to splash around in. Psaraliki is conveniently located a short distance from the town of Antiparos and features a variety of amenities, such as sunbeds, umbrellas, and a lot of trees that provide natural shade.
Psaraliki is fantastic for swimming and lounging, but it is also a haven for those who enjoy water sports. There is a wide variety of fun things to do, such as windsurfing, beach tennis, and riding “bananas,” all of which may be rented from the various establishments located around the area. Because of its proximity to the town, it’s an ideal place to go for a swim before setting out to explore the island. Psaraliki is a stunning beach that welcomes families and offers fun for all ages.

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4 Sifneiko Beach

If you’re looking for a quiet beach vacation, look no further than Sifneiko. It’s no surprise that divers and swimmers frequent this area due to the high quality of the environment and the refreshing clarity of the water. The beach’s proximity to the town makes it an attractive destination for anyone seeking a day at the shore.
Sifneiko, however, is best known for its spectacular sunset, which is often regarded as one of the best in all of the Cyclades. When the sun sets, the sky is painted with a kaleidoscope of colors that is both beautiful and unforgettable.

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5 Sostis Beach

There is a short, very simple gravel path that leads to the lovely Sostis Beach. Inviting and transparent, its bright blue waters mimic a pool and make for excellent swimming and relaxation. The water is quite shallow, making it an excellent choice for families with young children. However, the beach is not well organized and lacks shade trees, so you’ll want to bring your own umbrella and other necessities.
Locals on Antiparos are split on whether Sostis or Faneromeni is the more stunning beach. Both are stunning, and it comes down to personal taste as to which one is preferred. Both beaches are lovely and tranquil places to spend some time in nature.

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6 Faneromeni Beach Antiparos

The lovely and remote Faneromeni beach is well worth the trip. Clear, calm seas and a gorgeous seabed teaming with fish can be found in this region of the island’s south, which is shielded from the north wind. The beach is not easily accessible due to a dirt road, but the scenery peace, and quiet are well worth the effort.
It is recommended to bring your own food and water, as well as an umbrella and sun protection, to Faneromeni, as this beach is not organized like Sostis. It’s not a huge beach, so if you want to go during peak season, you might want to go first thing or late in the day.

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7 Livadia Beach

Located on the island’s northwestern corner, its clean, lovely waters really shine on calm days. But when the winds are strong and the waves are high, the beach really comes into its own, drawing in professional swimmers and surfers.
Even though Livadia isn’t a serviced beach, it’s still a great place to go for a day trip because you can get there quickly and easily by vehicle or taxi. Everyone may find their perfect activity at Livadia Beach, from lounging in the sun to the exhilaration of surfing and swimming in the waves.

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8 Despotiko Livadi Beach

Despotiko, situated off the coast of Antiparos, is a tiny, uninhabited island. The island of Antiparos is commonly referred to as the “little sister” of Paros; therefore, this one is often referred to as the “little brother” of Antiparos. It is simple to get to Despotiko by boat, whether you have your own vessel or are renting one.
There are many stunning beaches on the island, but one that sticks out is Livadi. In fact, it is often regarded as one of the Cyclades’ most stunning beaches. The caves formed by the massive boulders and the incredibly clear waters give it a personality all its own. Despotiko is a stunning island that is well worth a trip whether you just want to kick back and relax on the sand, go for a swim, or go on an adventure.

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Agios Georgios

A little beach with golden sand on the protected south coast, Agios Georgios is named for the lovely chapel that sits looking across to Despotiko and its grand temple complex. Trees in the background provide some welcome shade, and there’s a beach bar if you need a drink. The deserted island of Tsimintiri is about 300 meters away, and the sea is shallow enough to allow you to swim there. Vathis Volos, located on the adjacent headland, has a similar setup and is also accessible via bus from Antiparos town. Some highly regarded fish restaurants can be found within easy walking distance of the shore.

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Glyfa Beach

Glyfa, located about 6 kilometers from Paros’s town center, is a good sand and pebble beach with a Paros view. Trees in the back provide some shade, but otherwise, this area is untouched and unserviced. The wind can whip up little waves and scatter the sand, but the water is clear and shelves softly. There are no restaurants or bars in the area, so come prepared.

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