Naxos

Naxos is endless sandy stretches; imposing mountains; fertile valleys; meadows; plateaus; springs; ravines; caves; dunes covered with cedar forests, all co-existing in perfect harmony in the small area of land Naxos covers.

Over 40 km of beaches; vistas of scenic villages; 500 churches; monuments; and archeological sites make Naxos one of the most attractive destinations in Greece.

The island is a magnet for all interests: It's a family destination but also a preferred destination for the young; for lovers of the sea and sea sports; for visitors with special interests such as history and culture, bicycling and mountain bicycling, 4x4 tracking, and hiking.

Access to the island could not be easier: Naxos has frequent ferry service to Piraeus and the nearby islands while a flight out of Athens' Eleftherios Venizelos Airport lasts a mere 25 minutes.

Flights
There is an Olympic Air daily flight to Naxos out of Athens' Eleftherios Venizelos Airport. On weekends, there are 2 flights to Naxos. Each flight lasts 35 minutes. Visitors interested in flying to Naxos during the summer months should make their reservations well ahead of time since demand is high.
Ferries
Ferries depart for Naxos daily from the port of Piraeus, around 07:00 to 07:30 in the mornings and, again, around 16:00 to 18:00 in the afternoons. The trip takes 3½ to 5½ hours depending on the ferry you are traveling on. Passenger fares range from 20-45€ per passenger. Visitors to Naxos during the summer months should reserve their tickets well ahead of time as Naxos is a popular destination.

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Helen Studios: Agios Georgios, Naxos, Greece, Tel.: +30 22850 25534, Mob.: +30 6976381821, Fax: +30 22850 42660,
Winter Tel.: +30 22850 25534, Winter Fax: +30 22850 26967
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