Customs and traditions in Paros and Antiparos

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Customs and traditions in Paros and Antiparos

Customs and traditions in Paros and Antiparos - in Paros

- Good Friday (Greek Orthodox Easter), Marpissa, during the epitaph the villagers revive scenes from the passion of Jesus, an unforgettable moment for many visitors
- 7 May, Antiparos, Feast of Agios Ioannis of Spiliotis on the Cave, traditional dancing and treats
- 23 June, Antiparos, Feast of Agios Ioannis, it is organized in the Venetian Castle of Antiparos
- 23 June, Naoussa-Aliki-Prodromos, Feast of Klidonas, burning of the dried flowers wreaths made on 1st of May
- The first Sunday of July in Naoussa, Fish Feast
- 16 Jul, Antiparos, Feast of Agia Marina, Greek food, songs, dance and a lot of fun
- 24 July, Parikia, Feast of Agia Anna with Greek music and dance
- 6 August, Marpissa, Feast of Metamorfosis to Sotiros (Feast of Saviour’s Metamorfosis)
- 15 August, Parikia, Feast of Panagia Ekatondapiliani, the greatest festival in Paros with fireworks, Greek live songs and dance
- 23 August, Naoussa, Feast of the Nine Days of the Virgin Mary and Pirate festival, a famous performance of Barbarossa’s invasion to Naoussa with fireworks, folk music and dance
- 29 August, Drios-Naoussa-Lefkes, Feats of Agios Ioannis Theologos
- The first days in September, Parikia, Celebration of “Trata” (trata is a traditional fishing boat)
- 8 September, Antiparos, Feast of Panagia Faneromeni,you could go by fishing boat and ferry only