The Conde Nast Traveller wrote about Antiparos: " It seems that tiny Antiparos is becoming the new Patmos in that it's the anti-Patmos; while Patmos in August has the distinct see-and-be-seen social whirl of Paris fashion week - an exhausting, ceaseless scene, teeming with It girls (self-anointed or not) and interior and fashion designers - Antiparos is a place for those who seek and require no society but their own. On this small island old men sit beneath ancient oak trees playing backgammon, while the hippies who washed up here in the 1970s still run nudist camps. Though you might bump into Bruce Springsteen at The Doors, a local bar where the owner gives free ouzo to anyone who can sing all the lyrics of Bob Dylan's 'Hurricane', you'll otherwise be left alone. And in summertime in Greece, that is the rarest, most precious thing of all." This sums up the island's vibe best..