The house has sea views and is set in a 6,000-square-metre garden with flowers, fig trees and olive trees. Built t in traditional Cycladic style, it is fully equipped and tastefully furnished. Just outside the garden gate is a long, sandy beach. The house is part of a larger property, adjacent to the owner’s home.
A spacious terrace allows for the outside living that is typical of Greek islands. Proximity to Antiparos beach and village makes a car unnecessary. The house is especially suitable to families and others who appreciate convenient and frequent access to the Aegean’s clear waters.
The house is all on one level, with a large living and dining room that has a built-in double bed and sofas that can be used as another bed. There is an open kitchen with marble counters. The hall off the living/dining room leads to a shower room and a spacious bedroom with three single beds (bunk beds and a single bed).
Both rooms open onto the terrace, which has a built-in dining area and serves as an outdoor living room. The house sleeps 4-6 people.
Antiparos is in the southern part of the Cycladic group of islands half way between Athens and Crete. Across the straights is the bigger island of Paros.
With its charming port, white-washed houses and picturesque pedestrian street, Antiparos is the kind of Greek island that people dream of. The proximity of the village to several lovely beaches makes it ideal for families and those who enjoy car-free holidays. It is also possible to rent a car, moped, quad bike or bicycle to tour the island and reach less accessible beaches.
There is a wide choice of restaurants, including many traditional Greek “tavernas,” as well as bars and cafés. Less built-up than many of Greece’s larger and better-known holiday destinations, Antiparos retains the feel of a traditional Greek island.