As the ferry approaches the port of Naxos, the door to paradise welcomes you to the island. Chora, the old Town of Naxos, renowned for its Venetian Castle, combines historical elements with authentic cycladic architecture. Exploring the winding narrow streets, browsing in quaint shops, strolling along the picturesque sea front will stimulate your appetite for traditional dishes, experiencing the Naxian gastronomy.

Whether you are looking for a beach to relax on, hit the waves or just enjoy the sunset, Naxos is the island for you. Well known for its long sandy beaches Agia Anna, Agios Prokopios and Plaka, this island has a variety on offer. Micro Alyko and Panormos for snorkelling, Orkos and Parthena for wind surfing and kite surfing, Agios Georgios just a breathe away from Chora. Organized or unorganized, crowded or secluded, the list goes on and on. Top advantage: whatever the weather, you will find a beach sheltered from the winds. Hit the road with Wheels4u and discover the beach that suits your taste.

Being the largest island in the Cyclades, Naxos boasts about the plethora of its beautiful villages. Quaint seaside villages are famous for their family taverns and jostling beach bars, but the inland hides a number of jems: mountainous villages just waiting to be explored. Apeiranthos, the marble village, is on the top of our list, for numerous reasons. Five museums, a labyrinth of narrow roads, a distinct Cretan background, cafes and renowned restaurants will justify our choice. Chalki, once the capital of the island, is notable for the neoclassical buildings and charming streets, whereas Filoti, the largest village on the island, is the place to interact with the locals while enjoying your coffee in the shade of the Sycamore tree. Potamia, Komiaki and Koronos, all worth visiting for their unique position and relaxing atmosphere. These are just a few of the many villages. Grab a map, plan your day and choose Wheels4u to make this adventure an unforgettable memory.

There’s much more to the island of Naxos than beautiful beaches, crystal water, gastronomy at its finest and exuberant nightlife. With a history dating from the dawn of time, the choices are numerous. Admire artifacts of the pre- Cycladic civilization in the Archaeological Museum of Naxos, witness the picturesque setting of the Temple of Demeter where the Ancient Greeks chose to worship the goddess asking for rich
harvest and fertile ground, visit the sanctuary dedicated to the God of wine and pleasure, Dionysus at Yria, be inspired by the the love story of Theseus and Ariadne at Portara, the doorway of the temple of Apollo, as the sun dives into the sea. The Castle and its walls, Venetian chateaus, Byzantine churches, forgotten Kouroi and folklore museums are all part of the ultimate Naxian experience. Travel through time with Wheels4u.

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