Antiparos Harbour consists of a ferry dock and a jetty for the local fishing boats. When spaces are available (usually the berth are occupied by local boats), boats can moor here bow-to or stern-to at a water depth of up to 2.5 m But in many places the water is only 1 m deep or less. Alternatively, boats can anchor to the east of the jetty at a water depth of up to 3 m. Another alternative is to go stern to the soth part of the breakwater and use ropes to the shore.
It gets dangerous in the harbour when a south wind blows, generating a swell. Expect a swell from the ferry now and then, too. A variety of taverns and shopping amenities are available nearby. The historic centre is especially worth visiting, the typical Greek charm is still in abundance here.