Art of natural beauty
An old magical place
Art Villas are located in the hills of the Agios Georgios region on the beautiful south eastern coast of Antiparos Island.
The surrounding countryside is peaceful and quiet. The nearest beaches are a short walk away.
Opposite Art Villas there is the small uninhabited island of Despotiko where archaeological findings proved the existence of an important late archaic sanctuary.
Art of Relaxation
Recharging and vivifying.
Art Villas are located 12 km south of Antiparos village, only 10 minutes by car.
The owners Torsten and Athena spend most of their summer at the villas in Antiparos. If they are on the spot, they will take you from the port in Antiparos to Agios Georgios (St. George).
Otherwise their trusted contact person will look after you.
Art of Experience
LOCATIONS NEAR ART VILLAS
AGIOS GEORGIOS (St. George)
There are three beaches in the village of Agios Georgios: Kako Rema, a sandy beach with an enchanting view where you can relax as well; Vathys Volos, sandy, with umbrellas and sunbeds; and, the little beach of Agios Georgios, with fine sand, near the chapel.
At the little port of Agios Georgios one finds taverns and cafes, where you can enjoy the infinite, fascinating view accompanied by tasty local dishes. (There is a municipal bus stop.)
3 MINUTES BY CAR – FROM ART VILLAS
DESPOTIKO ISLAND – a protected natural area
Sacred soil, a place of ancient Greek glory and worship… Despotiko, an islet to the west of Antiparos, still retains up until today all of the mystery and magic of a pristine landscape, nearly untrodden.
The sanctuary of Apollo and Artemis, which once gathered a multitude of faithful, today attracts a multitude of admirers of ancient Greek beauty which shines under the Cycladic sun. Despotiko is also home to beautiful, unspoilt beaches which can only be reached by boat offering a unique bathing experience in the turquoise waters.
10 MINUTES BY BOAT – FROM ART VILLAS
The Cave of Antiparos is among the most beautiful and most significant in the world.
In addition to being an enchanting natural site worth seeing, it is inextricably linked to the history of the area and generates great archaeological interest, owing to the findings from the Stone Age discovered in its interior.
It has an area of approximately 5,600 square metres. Its maximum depth reaches some 85 metres and the descent takes place easily and securely, by way of a cement staircase made up of 411 steps.
10 MINUTES BY CAR – FROM ART VILLAS