Beaches + Nature
Naxos Island has numerous hiking and biking trails for the novice and expert ranks, winding through rugged terain, forests, ocean front, cliffs and more. There are countless unspoiled sandy beaches with beautiful views, water sport rentals, surfing, windsurfing, change rooms, beach front cafes, restaurants and food kiosks.
Naxos is well known for its wonderful beaches, some with advantageous winds for prime windsurfing and kitesurfing. Most of the Island’s West coast is one long sandy beach with crystal clear azure water, the most popular areas of which are Prokopios, Agia Anna, Plaka and Mikri Vigla. It also has a mountainous interior with a great variety of valleys and villages, easily reachable by a well-maintained road system. Archaeological highlights include the Kouros of Melanes and Apollonas, Dimitra’s Temple at Sangri and the Cheimarros Tower.
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