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What to see in Naxos
The ancient Gateway or as the locals call it “Portara”. Τhis marble entrance to a temple dedicated to Apollo, the God of Light, is today the perfect place to enjoy one of the most iconic sunsets of Cyclades. But before that, pass through a Port Gate and set sail to Naxos with an affordable ticket by Let’s Ferry. Book it online and get it at home or at the port!
The ancient Gateway, the ruins of the ancient temple of Delios Apollo in Naxos
Agia Anna beach. In this emblematic beach with its transparent waters and golden sand you can have it all; A chilling cocktail, a dive, a shady nap under the cedars or your favorite water sport if you prefer to get active on vacations.
The atmospheric Apiranthos. The traditional village where the locals speak the Kretan dialect and cook some masterpiece dishes, is built 600 meters high in mount Fanari.
Sandy beach in Naxos
What to do in Naxos
• Kitesurfing or windsurfing in Vigla. In fact, this is not one but two beaches separated by a big rock that makes them really special; When one is windy, the other is calm!
• The island’s well-preserved network of roads and trails are ideal for cycling. If you didn’t bring your own, you can rent a bicycle here.
• Horse riding-a unique way to explore Naxos! There are horses and ponies for every member of the family so that you can trot slowly across a valley or a majestic beach.
Greek tavern on the Plaka beach, Naxos island
To enjoy one of these exciting sports, you have to practice first in…ticket booking and comparing prices. This way you can excel in getting cheap tickets to Naxos by Let’s Ferry!
Tip: Every year an incredible feast, the Dionysian Carnival of Naxos, brings to life the Ancient Greek myths. So, get the cheapest ferry tickets to Naxos by Let’s Ferry and visit the island all year long!
Information about the port of Naxos
Naxos connects frequently with Piraeus, Paros, Ios, Santorini and Mykonos. Ferries run daily to Tinos, Syros, Iraklia, Schinoussa, Koufonissia, Amorgos, Donousa and Ikaria. There are regular itineraries to Anafi, Astypalea, Sikinos, Folegandros, Kythnos, Kea, Lavrio, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Kos and Iraklio.