Antiparos Town activities center around the quay and the Venetian kastro area. The village has two 17th Century churches: Agios Niloaos and Evangelismos.
In summer, boats run from Antiparos Town to the cave. From the boat dock it is a half-hour walk up Mount Ioannis to the cave mouth.
Near the waterfront there are pleasant cafes.
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In ancient times the island was called Ollaros and was first mentioned as a base for Phoenician traders from Sidon. A Neolithic settlement found on the nearby islet of Saliagos indicates that there were very early Cycladic settlements here.
The Venetian kastro area is a good example of a 15th Century fortress town. There are narrow streets and hidden inner courtyards, all designed to deter attacking pirates.