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Naxos’ Temple of Apollo – Portara, a huge marble gate and the single remaining part of an unfinished temple of Apollo of 530 BC, is the island’s emblem and main landmark. Standing on the islet of Palatia, at the entrance to Naxos harbor, it comprises four marble parts weighing about 20 tons each. Naxos’ Temple of Apollo – Portara today is connected with the Naxos mainland via a paved footpath. The spot offers one of the most enchanting sunsets in Greece.
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Apollo temple
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Naxos’ Temple of Apollo – Portara, a huge marble gate and the single remaining part of an unfinished temple of Apollo of 530 BC, is the island’s emblem and main landmark. Standing on the islet of Palatia, at the entrance to Naxos harbor, it comprises four marble parts weighing about 20 tons each. Naxos’ Temple of Apollo – Portara today is connected with the Naxos mainland via a paved footpath. The spot offers one of the most enchanting sunsets in Greece.
The Castle (Kastro) of Naxos, Cyclades: The Castle of Naxos Town along with the Tower of Glezos serves as a protective shield to the impregnable fortress of Sanoudos in Chora of Naxos, and was originally built under the supervision of Markos II Sanoudos (the Venetian conqueror after whom it was named), who came along with the establishment of Frank sovereignty in the Aegean in 1207. Around the Castle area and streets you can find traditional taverns-restaurants with amazing food.
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Castle Of Naxos (Kastro)
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The Castle (Kastro) of Naxos, Cyclades: The Castle of Naxos Town along with the Tower of Glezos serves as a protective shield to the impregnable fortress of Sanoudos in Chora of Naxos, and was originally built under the supervision of Markos II Sanoudos (the Venetian conqueror after whom it was named), who came along with the establishment of Frank sovereignty in the Aegean in 1207. Around the Castle area and streets you can find traditional taverns-restaurants with amazing food.
fabulous beaches around Naxos
5-10 minutes walk from Naxos Island Town Centre, wide choice of facilities, ideal for families, couples, singles, young and old, water sport and beach lovers.
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Agios Georgios Beach
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5-10 minutes walk from Naxos Island Town Centre, wide choice of facilities, ideal for families, couples, singles, young and old, water sport and beach lovers.
Agios Prokopios beach in Naxos Greece is a long (1,5 kilometers), sandy beach with crystal clear waters awarded yearly with an EU Blue Flag since 1985. It has two sides; the organized part offers sun beds and umbrellas and a free part so that you can enjoy the sea and the sun in peace and quiet. It is ideal for diving. At the coast you will find shops and snorkelling gear providers to discover the magnificent underwater landscapes. Agios Prokopios beach in Naxos Greece is well protected from the winds so you don’t have to worry about the weather. You have to visit the natural little lakes formed near the Agios Prokopios beach in Naxos Greece. You will find all kinds of shops for your entertainment and convenience including restaurants, cafes, beach bars, bakeries, and water sport facilities, food markets, pharmacy and ATM. The unorganized part of the village is so beautiful that you have to visit it even if you don’t stay there for swimming. At the end of the beach, you will also find a shipwreck, as Agios Prokopios used to be the main port of Naxos during the Middle Ages and even before. The beach was named after the little church at the end of the bay dedicated to St. Prokopios. The church celebrates at the 8th of July and after the litany you can join the traditional festive organized by the locals with music and food.
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Agios Prokopios Beach
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Agios Prokopios beach in Naxos Greece is a long (1,5 kilometers), sandy beach with crystal clear waters awarded yearly with an EU Blue Flag since 1985. It has two sides; the organized part offers sun beds and umbrellas and a free part so that you can enjoy the sea and the sun in peace and quiet. It is ideal for diving. At the coast you will find shops and snorkelling gear providers to discover the magnificent underwater landscapes. Agios Prokopios beach in Naxos Greece is well protected from the winds so you don’t have to worry about the weather. You have to visit the natural little lakes formed near the Agios Prokopios beach in Naxos Greece. You will find all kinds of shops for your entertainment and convenience including restaurants, cafes, beach bars, bakeries, and water sport facilities, food markets, pharmacy and ATM. The unorganized part of the village is so beautiful that you have to visit it even if you don’t stay there for swimming. At the end of the beach, you will also find a shipwreck, as Agios Prokopios used to be the main port of Naxos during the Middle Ages and even before. The beach was named after the little church at the end of the bay dedicated to St. Prokopios. The church celebrates at the 8th of July and after the litany you can join the traditional festive organized by the locals with music and food.