Naxos Tourguide

Naxos, the largest and most fertile island in the Cyclades group, features high mountains and charming villages across its 428 square kilometers. With a coastline of 148 kilometers and a population of around 18,000 residents, offering a captivating blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and historical significance. Associated with mythological figures like Dionysus and Ariadne, Naxos has a rich cultural tapestry and a history of citrus fruit, wine, and cheese production, inhabited by civilizations like the Carians, Cretans, and Ionians.

Its capital town, Chora, boasts cobblestone-laid alleys, Venetian fortifications, and attractions like the Portara, while villages like Agios Prokopios and Filoti offer sandy beaches and mountain charm, with activities ranging from water sports to cultural festivals, providing an unforgettable experience for travelers exploring the Cyclades.