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If you come by boat, you will dock in the hub of Naxos. It is known, as each one is known on all of the Greek Islands, as Chora. You will initially be greeted by PORTARA, the palace of Ariadne, as you come onto the dock. Further on towards Chora proper you have the opportunity to explore the Ancient Castle and admire the French School of the Ursulines. Historical buildings are not limited only to Chora; ancient towers and temples are scattered all over the island.


Naxos’ agricultural base provides for all of its inhabitants. We pride ourselves in not needing any major imports and being totally self-sufficient in the cultivation of fruits, vegetables and meats as well as in the production of olive oil.


The island is also a paradise for nature lovers. Days can be spent walking through the valleys, up and across the mountains all the while running into historical buildings and mythological sites, with local restaurants and cafes always nearby.


On the island’s windswept shores -out beyond the fresh seafood restaurants and vast beaches- there is often a windsurfer to be seen. It is a common sport here on Naxos; a favourite for visitors and locals alike.


Join in the celebrations! There are frequent festivals where the violin and lute can be heard, raki and ouzo can be tasted, and one can meet locals and take in the island’s good vibes.

Naxos’ nights are alive all year round; it is an important aspect of local life.


Hesitate no longer. Naxos is the best choice for your vacation.