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  • Studios Apartments in Naxos Island :  Sea View
  • Studios Apartments in Naxos Island :  Sea View
  • Studios Apartments in Naxos Island :  Sea View
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Getting to Naxos Island

By Sea
There are plenty connections to Naxos Island from Piraeus Port (Athens) and to the neighbour islands. Journey time from Piraeus is 3.5 hours with catamaran and 5.5 hours with ferry. There are plenty of connections with other islands such as Paros, Santorini, Ios, Mykonos, Amorgos, Koufonissia, Syros.

By Air
Naxos is connected to Athens with Olympic Airways. Journey time from Athens International Airport is only 30 minutes. Getting to Naxos via Santorini international airport and then ferry cross to Naxos Island (1.5 - 2 hours) is also possible.

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Naxos Island

Naxos is the biggest and most fertile island of the Cyclades. Its rich geographical relief has created dramatic changes of scenery. High mountains, fertile valleys, plateaus, springs, rivers, caves, huge beaches, sand dunes with cedar trees growing on them, all existing harmoniously on this small piece of earth.

Naxos ihas been inhabited continuously since ancient times (end of the 4th millennium B.C.) till today. It has been possible to gather information about the history of the Aegean from traces left behind from each historical period, along with unique monuments which are scattered all over the island.

Naxos Town is the capital and harbour of the island. It is a lovely town with a medieval quarter with a maze of alleys and tiny passages that extends above the seafront. There is the Venetian Castle that was built in 1207 and was the seat of power in the Cyclades for 300 years. Within the castles inner walls are a number of Venetian residences, a 13th Century Catholic Cathedral, and the French School that is now the Archaeological Museum.

The area called "Bourgos" is where the Greeks lived when the Venetians controlled the town and its winding streets are full of restaurants and shops.


The archeological museum (Naxos Town)
All findings from excavations are kept in the archaeological museum, proof of the uninterrupted cultural presence in Naxos from pre-historic times until the end of the ancient times. The museum is housed in the building of the former Commercial School in the area of the Castle.

Portara (Naxos Town)
Portara can be seen from afar as ships approach the island of Naxos, standing on the northern side of the port. This monument is a gigantic gate, which remains from a temple that was dedicated to Apollo. It was built during the 6th century B.C, when Naxos used to be a commercial and cultural centre.

The Venetian Castle (Naxos Town)
An impressive monument which was built during the long Venetian rule (1204-1537); it is located on a hill which is the natural acropolis of Hora. A medieval town in the heart of the Aegean still in its original form, inhabited continuously since 1207. The external walls of the peripheral houses shape the wall of the Castle, which has only three entrance gates.

Contact Details

Sea View Studios & Apartments
Agia Anna Beach, Naxos Island, Cyclades, Greece
Tel.: +30 22850 42703 - Fax.: +30 22850 42002
Mob: +30 6977 889258 - Email: info@naxosseaview.com

What visitors say

Fantastic hospitality, service, close to a supermarket and excellent restaurants and only 30 meters from a clean crystall and deep blue sea. Beautiful island, beautiful people, lovely place!