Naxos

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NAXOS

Naxos is known from mythology and opera as the island where Theseus abandoned Ariadne after she had helped him escape from the Minotaur and the Cretan Labyrinth. Indeed, the island has served as a cultural center in Ancient Greece and the Byzantium.

Later on, the Venetian occupation left its prominent traces. The highest peak of the Cyclades, Mt Zeus 1000m, is on the island, along with some of the finest beaches, too. A green, fertile island, Naxos produces potatoes, olives, various fruits and of course grapes and wine.

Apeiranthos and Halki are only two of the numerous traditional villages that are worth a visit. Naxos is a big island but can be explored on foot to great extent.