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Naxos, the largest island of the Cyclades, is a destination that combines natural beauty, rich history, and cultural heritage. The island is renowned for its impressive beaches, traditional villages, and archaeological monuments. The Chora of Naxos, the island’s capital, is one of the most picturesque settlements in the Cyclades, with narrow streets, whitewashed houses, and Venetian castles.

Chora boasts numerous attractions, such as the Portara, the grand temple of Apollo, which is a symbol of the island. The Naxos Castle, built by the Venetians in the 13th century, is a historic monument offering panoramic views and housing museums, art exhibitions, and cultural events. Wandering through the alleyways of Chora, visitors can discover traditional shops, cafés, and tavernas offering local delicacies.

The interior of Naxos is equally enchanting, with picturesque villages that maintain the authentic Cycladic atmosphere. Apeiranthos, one of the most famous villages, is built at an altitude and preserves traditional marble craftsmanship. The village of Filoti is the largest village in Naxos, known for the hospitality of its inhabitants and the stunning view of Mount Zas, the highest peak in the Cyclades.

Naxos also offers rich gastronomic experiences, with local products such as arseniko cheese, graviera, Naxian potatoes, and the famous kitron liqueur. The traditional cuisine of Naxos is an integral part of its cultural identity and offers a unique culinary experience.

Overall, Naxos is a destination that blends the old with the new, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy its rich cultural heritage, natural beauty, and authentic Cycladic hospitality.

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The history of the country lies deep in time, tangled among mythical creatures, legends and heroes, but also history: Mycenaean era, Roman, Byzantine, Frankish and Ottoman rule. The many monuments of the country, talking about the glorious past, with the most typical “Portara”, the imposing portico of the temple of the 6th century Apollo eg located on the islet that the locals call “Palaces”. An insight into the past of the country gives the archaeological site of the Mycenaean city in Grotta, a large part of which is in the water, but below the built north of the city today. Rich are also the medieval pages of history of the country, as reflected in the city and the neighborhoods, the castle until Bourgo. Apart from the pieces of the past, there is the modern side of the country, full of life all year round with dozens of shops, restaurants, bars and cafés, which in summer is filled by visitors. The town has all the services that the visitor needs you will find all the local products at the market, folk art (weaving, baskets, and ceramics), jewellery, as well as dozens of restaurants and taverns where you can taste the rich local cuisine. For these reasons, Naxos is one of the favorite destinations of visitors of the Cyclades.

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