The windmill is situated in a 5500qm area, 1000qm of which belong to the mill, and is surrounded by palms, stone-pines and olive trees. Dwelling space of 65qm on three floors. Ground floor: big living room with kitchen facilities, bathroom. The big terrace with slace soil is the real living room when the guests spend the whole day under a big sunshade and a roof of bamboo, surrounded by hibiscus. The spacious first floor consists of an additional bathroom (shower and toilet) and a bedroom with a twin bed and a balcony from which you have a view on the Isle of Paros. You'll find a second bedroom with three single beds on the second floor directly beneath the dome of the mill. There aren't any doors within the house, only the bed on the second floor can be separated by a curtain. This fact should be considered according to the degree of privacy you want in case you intend to share the house with friends. Five minutes to the beach with shadow of tamarisks almost to the waterfront.
More information: Several years ago the island was chosen as a recreation place by rich Greeks; that's why the soil was prevented from being divided into small lots, so the balance of nature and architecture have been saved up to these days. You can see as well as catch octopuses, calamari and fish in the clear turquoise-blue water (snorkel stuff available in the near village). Please ask the locals how to prepare what you have caught. Within two weeks you will have had so much sun, sea and relaxation that you are supplied with energy for the coming six months. If you decide to stay for four weeks, however, you can be sure to gain enough power for eighteen months. Take that for granted.
*Translated by Günter Hornung and Astrid Fries
The place is surrounded by low water in the east and deeper water in the south and west. Many small islands can be reached by rowing a boat. Only few of the Agean Isles are so peaceful in summer, offer rest, silence, crystal-clear water, magic colours as well as nearness to more lively islands as Paros, Naxos, Mykonos and Saloniki. The biggest and deepest stalactic cavern of all the Aegean Isles can be found in the eastern part or Antiparos. A visit is a must for all the people who want to dive into a strange world. Connoisseurs have known and appreciated Antiparos for its open and uncomplicated people, the friendly pubs with their typical colours and various delicious meals. Prehistoric findings on the neighbouring Island of Despotiko are another attraction for people interested in those subjects. On nice and clear days, of which there are more than 330 in a year, eight further islands of the Cyclade can be seen from the peaks of Antiparos, reachable without special climbing skills.
Other Activities: Jogging