Bleached shorelines, pristine freedom.
Naxos was farmed heavily for several generations, but its water supply year-round has ensured its independence and strategic strength throughout its history. Most people living here year-round are not solely dependent on tourism. Apart from its fertile valleys and many sights, its 23 km long sandy beach from the capital in the north to Alyko, the nature reserve in the south, is probably one of its most remarkable features.
Located 25 minutes by plane from Athens and is the Cyclades’ largest island. Modern Ferries bring you from Athens (3,5 h) or Mykonos (1,5 h) several times per day to this beautiful jewel. The more you explore, the more you will fall in love with the island and its friendly residents.