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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Naxos Guide

Naxos Ferry Port

Naxos is the largest of the Cyclades Island group in the Aegean Sea, an island group laying to the southeast of Greece. There are many ferry routes departing Naxos Port, the vast majority of the crossings head to other coastal resorts belonging to Greece and are supplied by a few companies.

What is there to do in Naxos?

Atmospheric streets filled with shops, restaurants and cobblestones – Naxos is a hub of tourism. Unlike many Greek holiday destinations, the island of Naxos doesn’t just rely on its warm climate and wonderful beaches to attract visitors, although many tourists could be excused an extended stay on the golden sands next to crystal waters. The island is inundated with historical sites, the most popular being the iconic 6th Century BC marble gate on the islet of Palatia in Naxos harbour. Other notable historical landmarks are the Church of Panagia Drossiani and the Venetian Museum. For a wealth of history and culture, the old town is the perfect place to spend a whole day exploring the unique buildings and quietly quaint streets. As well as the old town, Portara offers remarkable architecture that overlooks the sea and the town, making it the ideal spot for enviable photos.

How do visitors get around Naxos?

Walking is often considered the best form of transport around the town; there are also taxis readily available throughout Naxos, though it is advisable to negotiate a price before entry. Rental companies are dotted about the town, however, many have gained a reputation for being pushy and aggressive with tourists.

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