I hope this is the right tour company - there were two companies operating locally (I could not find out how to book them before we arrived and they don't seem to market themselves, but that is non-touristy Naxos). We booked our tour at Zas Travel on the Harbourfront the day before our tour. Our tour cost 25 Euro per person. There was another tour company operating that cost 30 Euro. Our tour guide was Irene and our driver was Yannis. Both were great, especially Irene who was a truly excellent guide. The tour gives you a chance to see all the little villages around Naxos, which is a large island. You could not do this yourself unless you hired a car and some of the roads into the villages are very narrow. The timing was just about right for this tour - we saw the Temple of Demeter first, then the tiny sleepy Damalas with the local potter (who was great) - its so nice to be able to buy some pottery where you absolutely know where it was made. We then went to the lovely little village of Chalki and saw the Kitron Distillery and had tastings there. We saw the Church of Panagia Drossiani. We had lunch in the lovely marble village of Apiranthos - a peaceful little village in the mountains (it was quite cool up here despite being warm in Naxos town). Apiranthos is not touristy at all and a lovely place to stroll. There was plenty of time here for a leisurely lunch. Then we finished the day at Apollanas, a picturesque fishing village with a superb clean beach and some nice cafes for afternoon tea. We had 45 minutes here in the late afternoon. We finished the day by visiting the Kouros Statue just outside of Apollanas. We arrived back into Naxos at 6pm. This day gives you a wonderful overview of the island villages outside Naxos Town and there are some beautiful views, throughout, particularly of Mt Zas and the coastline on the way back from Apollanas.