After about an hour and a half we reach the port of Antiparos. You can get off the boat for a walk in the stone-paved alleys you can enjoy a drink or local specialties at one of the spots in the harbor.Antiparos has a magnificent and imposing cave, known since antiquity.Following the coastline, with its paradise beaches and magnificent coves, we reach the uninhabited rocky islet of Despotico. Lunar, rocky, with virgin small and large beaches, this place will offer you hours of absolute serenity. The vast depth of water in many places gives the deep blue color that enchants.We are leaving with a north-east route to reach a cluster of islands and rocky islets known to the wider public as Panteronisia. For those who are aware of it, it is the “Caribbean” of the Aegean, as the crystal, emerald waters attract everyone who visits this area by boat. We leave Panteronisia for the famous Naousa, moving to the north of Paros. In the past the Naoussa port was a pirate base.