Agia Anna, Naxos, Greece

Agia Anna, Naxos, Greece

Agia Anna, Naxos, Greece

Nestled in the South Aegean Sea, the island of Naxos boasts a fertile landscape that hosts a mix of serene towns, ancient ruins, family-run tavernas featuring locally produced delicacies, and long stretches of beach. According to Greek mythology, Dionysus, the god of wine, loved Naxos so much that he made its land fertile and full of vineyards, lending itself to locally produced varietals. Agia Anna Beach, located on the island’s west coast, is perfect for a swim; for the more adventurous, explore the sea caves that line its azure waters. The island’s most historic site, the Portara, was constructed in 530 BC as a giant doorway to the never-completed Temple of Apollo.


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Cuisine always delicious & freshly prepared – amazing crew! We can't wait to come back again. Mrs Fiona L.Great Britain
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